ATP is well suited to its role as an energy-carrier molecule in cells because __________.

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    it is small and can fit into a lot of places in the cell
    it contains covalent bonds
    the covalent bond between the last two phosphates can be broken to release substantial amounts of energy
    the covalent bonds between the last two phosphates are high-energy bonds that can absorb a substantial amount of energy when the bonds are broken

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the covalent bond between the last two phosphates can be broken to release substantial amounts of energy
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