These are tiny, rounded structures that are situated where an organelle's inner membrane folds.
The mitochondria's inner cristae membranes contain them.
These particles go by a number of names, including F1 or F0 particles, Parsons particles, Oxysomes, and Fernandez-Moran particles.
A mitochondrion contains roughly 104–105 Oxysomes, also known as Racker particles, that are spaced 10 nm apart.
They make up 15% of the inner membrane's overall protein content.
They enable the movement of electrons from the peri-mitochondrial region to the matrix and continue ATP production using the difference in free energy created by the protons being transported along the electrochemical gradient.