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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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Consumers metered at above 11 kV pay an energy charge of S per unit, from Sh8, while the rate for those consuming above 33 kV has been halved to S.
The work and benefits of the capacitance step-by-step charging system which is a successful alternative to the traditional scheme with step-up transformer and based on the portioned energy charge was described.
Here's why: Creating a single energy charge brings simplicity to your bill.
With the UAE leading the renewable energy charge in the Gulf region, the UAE market potential is expected to reach AED183bn ($49.
The energy charge typically makes up about one-third of the overall home power bill.
Without the need to run the generators at all times, Wilson said he believed that the energy charge would decrease and thus further increase the savings.
The Perpetuum (Chicago, IL) Free-Standing Harvester (PMG FSH) integrated power solution combines electromagnetic vibration energy harvesting technology with a selectable suit of energy charge, storage and management options.
One kind of brick may be changed to the other by the addition of an electron or energy charge.
The ratemaking principle that fixed costs should be recovered through fixed charges (such as the customer charge and demand charge) and variable costs should be recovered through variable charges (such as the energy charge and the wholesale power cost adjustment charge) helps to eliminate cross subsidies among customers.
We observed increased PCr/Cr ratios, levels of ATP, and adenylate energy charge values in these discrete brain regions.
2] gap, nucleotides concentration, energy charge or luminal lactate concentration.
Foker determined a metabolic pathway, called the pentose phosphate pathway, held the key to maintaining the cellular energy charge, and hence impacting diastolic heart function.

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