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Biological Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields, Volume 1

Sources and Mechanisms

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Published by Academic Press .
Written in English


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ContributionsDavid O. Carpenter (Editor), Sinerik Ayrapetyan (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages369
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Open LibraryOL7326047M
ISBN 100121602613
ISBN 109780121602611


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a charge q that moves in a magnetic field with a velocity v [1]: F q v B () (1) The unit of the magnetic field, in the SI system, is the tesla (T) while in the cgs system it is the gauss (G) with 1 G = T.

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MARINO and R. BECKER 1 BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF EXTREMELY LOW FREQUENCY ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS: A REVIEW ANDREW A. MARINO and ROBERT O. BECKER Veterans Administration Hospital, and the Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse, New York Reprinted from PHYSIOLOG1CAL CHEMISTRY and PHYSICS Volume 9, Number 2, • GPO BOX The specific absorption rate (SAR), radiofrequency magnetic field (B1), magnetic field energy within the phantom (EB), and the volume-averaged SAR () are calculated at 10, 63, and : Charles Polk.

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The chapters contain detailed research on the biological effects of electric and magnetic fields, and evidence for and against any interaction of electromagnetic. 0 Introduction to Electromagnetic Fields.

1 Experimental Results on Cellular and Subcellular Systems Exposed to Low-Frequency and Static Magnetic Fields. 2 Cellular Effects of Radio Frequency, Millimeter, and Terahertz Waves. 3 Plant Responses to Electromagnetic Fields.

4 Evaluation of the Toxicity and Potential Oncogenicity of Extremely Low. Biological effects of the static magnetic field.

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Abstract: Concerns have been raised about the possible biological effects of nonionizing radiation since at least the late s with respect to radar, other radio, and microwave sources.

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For the fields under consideration, this induced drift current density will be very small and is expected to be very small with respect to the diffusion current and the drift currents associated with the fields that occur naturally around cells associated with.