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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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the ambient situation existing in ATPS represented by the coulombian field created by a proton, can be seen as the result of the interaction of entropic energy, given by one of the eigenvalues of the energetic spectrum
Therefore, the following reading of the mathematical formalism, which concerns the electron of an hydrogen atom turns out to be lawful: In a given region of ATPS, the ambient situation represented by the coulombian field created by a proton determines a modification in the properties of that region--more precisely, it produces the change of the frequency of a quantum of space surrounding the proton from the value given by the "basic frequency" to one of the values
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).
cer in ATPS was carried out by making PEG/potassium phosphate ATPS in previously mentioned production media for alkaline protease production.
Simultaneously, the effect of PEG on the permeability of the microbial cell wall and the stabilizing effect on the enzyme made possible a higher final activity in the ATPS [15, 16].
After the fermentation period, the total unit of enzyme obtained from ATPS was about 3.
In this model based on an ATPS, each subatomic particle is therefore interpreted as the result of the interaction of energy in the "entropystate" with one or more QS, determined by the vibration of these QS at appropriate frequencies.
The discrete quantity of entropic energy that a quantum of space assumes when it becomes electron depends on the features of the region in exam, on the situation existing in that particular region of ATPS (namely on the type of interaction, "potential" to which the region of ATPS is subjected).
the ambient situation existing in ATPS represented by the Coulomb field created by a proton, can be seen as the result of the interaction of entropic energy, given by one of the eigenvalues of the energetic spectrum [E.