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AMP:see adenosine monophosphateadenosine monophosphate
(AMP) , organic compound composed of an adenine base, the sugar ribose, and one phosphate unit. AMP is one of the possible products of the hydrolysis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and is therefore important in the transfer of chemical energy during
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Abbreviation for ampere, the basic unit for electrical current.
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The International Standard unit for electrical current. A unit of the rate of flow of electric current; an electromotive force of 1 volt acting across a resistance of 1 ohm results in a current flow of 1 ampere.
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1. an ampere
2. Informal an amplifier
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amp(1) See ampere and amplifier.
(2) (AMP) (Accelerated Mobile Pages) See Google AMP.
(3) (AMP) (Alternate MAC/PHY) See Bluetooth AMP.
(4) (AMP) (Apache MySQL PHP) See LAMP.
(5) (AMP) (AMedia Player) The first MP3 player, developed by Tomislav Uzelac at the University of Zagreb in 1997. Subsequent media players used the AMP designation such as AmigaAMP and Winamp. See media player.
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