Where is the energy stored in ATP molecules?

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The ATP particle can store vitality as a high vitality phosphate bond joining the terminal phosphate gathering to the remainder of the atom. In this structure, vitality can be put away at one area, at that point moved starting with one piece of the cell then onto the next, where it tends to be discharged to drive other biochemical responses.

Energy stored in ATP molecules is actually in its three phosphate group.

ATP (Adenosine triphosphate) has three phosphate gathering, at whatever point vitality is required and the bond between the last phosphate bunches is broken with rest of the ATP atom it results in gigantic measure of vitality simultaneously.

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