(= adenosine monophosphate) Unless otherwise specified, 5'AMP, the nucleotide bearing a phosphate in ribose-O-phosphate ester linkage at position 5 of the ribose moiety. Both 2' and 3' derivatives also exist. See also cyclic AMP, (adenosine 3'5'-cyclic monophosphate).
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<abbreviation> Adenosine monophosphate; specifically, the 5'-monophosphate unless modified by a numerical prefix. ... See: adenylic acid. ... (05 Mar 2000) ... Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20973
1) An abbreviation of the term Amplifier (A device which increases the level of an electrical signal. 2) An abbreviation of Ampere (the unit of current). 3) An abbreviation of amplitude (the height of a waveform above or below the zero line).
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Rate of flow or 'Volume of Electricity'. For those who are interested; One amp is defined as 6.28 x 10 18 electrons per second. Calculation: Current = Watts divided by Volts and/or Volts divided by Ohms. The equivalent in water is Litres (Volume of water) per hr. The electrical current that flows through a wire is measured in amps. A 100-watt bulb... Found on http://www.electricfence-online.co.uk/ishop/1047/shopscr21.html