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Where are the high energy bonds in ATP found?
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Asked in Elements and Compounds
How many high energy phosphate bonds does ATP have?
Why does the hydrolysis of ATP provide a lot of energy?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Where is the potential energy stored in ATP found?
Where are the 2 high-energy bonds found in the ATP?
Asked in Zoology or Animal Biology, Genetics
When bonds are broken is energy released?
Obviously, the energy in living systems is stored in the bonds between phosphates of ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate). This energy is called bond energy. The high energy bonds are represented in squiggle symbol (~). The molecules of ATP is represented as A-P~P~P. So, the last two bonds in ATP are energy rich bonds. I hope you know that ATP is converted to ADP+Pi and ADP+Pi to ATP. (Pi= inorganic phosphate) When one molecule of ATP is broken, it releases 7200 cal. of energy.
ATP is the energy currency in cells by releasing the energy stored in what kind of bonds?
How and where does ATP store energy?