Understanding physical mechanism of low-level microwave radiation effect

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09553002.2018.1478158

 

From the study: “The cumulative impact of coherent microwave field in a medium has been convincingly confirmed by the measureable dielectric permittivity of the medium. The described mechanism of microwave field-induced effect confirms that the nature of the effect differs from the thermal effect and that the exposure by microwave radiation can create the specific consequences in biology and materials not characteristic for conventional heating.”

Purpose: This topic review aims to explain the mechanism of low-level microwave radiation effect based on published research results. The review presents the analysis of theoretical and experimental results comprising underlying physics and derived biological-physiological consequences supported by experimental data.

Conclusions: The rotation of dipolar molecules causes polarization of dielectric medium and restructuring of hydrogen bonds between these molecules. The weakened hydrogen bonds decrease viscosity and enhance diffusion at constant temperature. All steps of proposed model have no critical frequency restrictions at microwave frequencies and have been confirmed by electromagnetic field theory and/or published experimental results. The synchronous cumulative impact of coherent microwave electric field makes possible the field-induced effect despite the field strengths are much weaker than intermolecular fields. The rotation of dipolar molecules results in restructuring hydrogen bonds between the molecules despite the energy of microwave radiation is much less than the energy of bonding. The cumulative impact of coherent microwave field in a medium has been convincingly confirmed by the measureable dielectric permittivity of the medium. The described mechanism of microwave field-induced effect confirms that the nature of the effect differs from the thermal effect and that the exposure by microwave radiation can create the specific consequences in biology and materials not characteristic for conventional heating.

 

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