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energy charge

the ratio: [ATP]+½ [ADP]/[ATP]+[ADP]+[AMP] proposed by Atkinson in 1977 as an index of cellular energy status. See also adenosine mono-, di-and triphosphates (AMP, ADP, ATP), phosphorylation potential.
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The ability to fast charge devices with pseudo/Supercapacitor units versus a slower energy charge and release of lithium Ion batteries will impact the smart phone, electric car, power grid stabilization and home off the grid markets.
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