Where is the energy in a sucrose molecule stored
The answer for your question is : The energy in a sucrose molecule stored in the bond between the atoms.
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c. In the bonds between the atoms
The energy in a sucrose molecule is stored in the bonds between the atoms.
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The energy stored in the sucrose molecule is stored in the bonds between the atoms.
During photosynthesis the sugar molecules are synthesized with help of captured light energy. The bonds between the carbon atoms of sucrose molecule are the covalent bonds and during their breakdown they produces reduced co-factors like NAD and FAD into NADH and FADH2. These reduced cofactors transfer their electrons into electron transport chain which later help ATP synthase to catalyse the production of ATP. Hence the bonds which were made by utilising the photon energy of sun are responsible for the production of energy molecule ATP so the energy is stored in the the bonds between the atoms of sucrose molecule.