Pulsed microwave induced light, sound, and electrical discharge enhanced by a biopolymer.

@article{Kiel1999PulsedMI,
  title={Pulsed microwave induced light, sound, and electrical discharge enhanced by a biopolymer.},
  author={J L Kiel and Ronald L. Seaman and S. P. Mathur and Jill E. Parker and John R. Wright and John L. Alls and Pedro J. Morales},
  journal={Bioelectromagnetics},
  year={1999},
  volume={20 4},
  pages={216-23}
}
Intense flashes of light were observed in sodium bicarbonate and hydrogen peroxide solutions when they were exposed to pulsed microwave radiation, and the response was greatly enhanced by a microwave-absorbing, biosynthesized polymer, diazoluminomelanin. A FPS-7B radar transmitter, operating at 1.25 GHz provided pulses of 5.73 +/- 0.09 micros in duration at 10.00 +/- 0.03 pulses/s with 2.07 +/- 0.08 MW forward power (mean +/- standard deviation), induced the effect but only when the appropriate… CONTINUE READING

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