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Synonyms for ATP

a nucleotide derived from adenosine that occurs in muscle tissue

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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).
In the model here, the vibration at appropriate frequencies of a quantum of space determines the interaction of energy in the "entropy-state" with this quantum of space and the appearance in it of a subatomic particle (or part of it); this vibration also produces a quantum wave that guides the particle during its motion, making it appear in the different points of ATPS.
According to this model, the wavefunction [psi] describing the state of a given physical system doesn't vary in time, but varies in a four-dimensional ATPS and the stream of changes that it has in space is itself time.
This paper reports the partitioning of Bacillus cereus protease in different ATPSs made by PEG 4000 and five different salts and the best PEG/salt system was compared with polymer/polymer system that is PEG/dextran.
The same procedure was repeated with all the ATPSs made in the present experiment viz.
Partitioning of alkaline protease in different ATPSs
PEG 4000/salt ATPSs (10 ml) were prepared by taking tie line close to the plait point on each binodial curve and the composition at which the mid point of tie line falls is considered for the partitioning studies [14].
Therefore, the following reading of the mathematical formalism concerning the electron of an hydrogen atom turns out to be permissible: in a given region of ATPS, the ambient situation represented by the Coulomb field created by a proton (i.
One can say that it is the special "state" of ATPS (in this case represented by the Coulomb potential) to "create" matter (in this case the electron being in a stationary state of hydrogen atom).
Then, if we take into account that in Bohm's quantum field theory there is a possible link between the mass of a particle and the quantum potential, and that, in the model suggested here, the appearance of a mass means the appearance of an entropic energy, the following idea turns out to be completely permissible: the quantum waves guide the corresponding particles, through the action of quantum potential, during their motion, in different QS of ATPS.