Aria H.

asked • 03/10/19

why does ATP have high potential energy?

a. Four negative charges clustered together in the three phosphate groups raise the potential energy of the bonds.

b. The repulsion between ribose and the phosphate groups raises the potential energy of ATP.

c. The bond between adenine and ribose has high potential energy.

d. None of the above.

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