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ATP:

see adenosine triphosphateadenosine triphosphate
(ATP) , organic compound composed of adenine, the sugar ribose, and three phosphate groups. ATP serves as the major energy source within the cell to drive a number of biological processes such as photosynthesis, muscle contraction, and the synthesis of
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In fact, it implies a correspondence between bohmian quantum potential and the entropic energy shifting among the QS (responsible of the materialization in different points of space of an elementary particle): as regards microscopic processes, ATPS assumes the special "state", represented by quantum potential, in consequence of the entropic energy shifting between various QS, and therefore in consequence of the vibration of such QS at appropriate frequencies.
The interpretation of quantum potential as the special "state" of ATPS in the presence of microscopic processes, can be also seen as a natural consequence which derives from quantum nonlocality.
QS constituting ATPS vibrate at the "basic frequency" and are the "non-entropy" state of energy; QS constituting matter vibrate at appropriate frequencies (lower than the basic one) and are the "entropy state" of energy.
The trajectory described by a subatomic particle in a given quantum experiment can be seen as the consequence of the state of ATPS when that experiment is performed; ATPS assumes that state, represented just by quantum potential, because of the vibration at appropriate frequencies of some QS constituting the region of ATPS in examination, vibration which causes the interaction of entropic energy with such QS.
On the grounds of this interpretation of the electron being in a stationary state of the hydrogen atom, it also derives the following important consequence: One can say that it's the special "state" of ATPS (in this case represented by the coulombian potential) to "create" matter (in this case the electron being in a stationary state of hydrogen atom).
caused by the ambient situation existing in the region of ATPS in examination.
Taking into account the possible link between the mass of a particle and the quantum potential, on the grounds of the model proposed here, it appears lawful to suggest the idea that the role of quantum potential is just to transfer a discrete quantity of entropic energy from one quantum to another of ATPS (thus making a particle appear in the QS, which compose its trajectory).