QUANTITATIVE EVALUATIONS OF MECHANISMS OF RADIOFREQUENCY INTERACTIONS WITH BIOLOGICAL MOLECULES AND PROCESSES

@article{Sheppard2008QUANTITATIVEEO,
  title={QUANTITATIVE EVALUATIONS OF MECHANISMS OF RADIOFREQUENCY INTERACTIONS WITH BIOLOGICAL MOLECULES AND PROCESSES},
  author={A. Sheppard and M. Swicord and Q. Balzano},
  journal={Health Physics},
  year={2008},
  volume={95},
  pages={365-396}
}
  • A. Sheppard, M. Swicord, Q. Balzano
  • Published 2008
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Health Physics
  • The complexity of interactions of electromagnetic fields up to 1012 Hz with the ions, atoms, and molecules of biological systems has given rise to a large number of established and proposed biophysical mechanisms applicable over a wide range of time and distance scales, field amplitudes, frequencies, and waveforms. This review focuses on the physical principles that guide quantitative assessment of mechanisms applicable for exposures at or below the level of endogenous electric fields… CONTINUE READING
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