Problem: The molecule below is the currency of energy used in cells. Its energy is located in the bonds connecting the a. two rings of the nitrogen base. b. nitrogen base and sugar. c. sugar and phosphate. d. two terminal (end) phosphates.

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The molecule below is the currency of energy used in cells. Its energy is located in the bonds connecting the

a. two rings of the nitrogen base.

b. nitrogen base and sugar.

c. sugar and phosphate.

d. two terminal (end) phosphates.

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