By Ben Greenebaum, Frank S. Barnes
Bioengineering and Biophysical points of Electromagnetic Fields basically comprises discussions at the physics, engineering, and chemical facets of electromagnetic (EM) fields at either the molecular point and bigger scales, and investigates their interactions with organic structures. the 1st quantity of the bestselling and newly up-to-date guide of organic results of Electromagnetic Fields, 3rd variation, this e-book provides fabric describing contemporary theoretical advancements, in addition to new info on fabric homes and interactions with susceptible and powerful static magnetic fields. Newly separated and elevated chapters describe the exterior and inner electromagnetic environments of organisms and up to date advancements within the use of RF fields for imaging.Bioengineering and Biophysical points of Electromagnetic Fields presents an obtainable assessment of the present realizing at the medical underpinnings of those interactions, in addition to a partial advent to experiments at the interactions themselves.
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1 Power density from natural sources as a function of frequency. (Data from Smith, E. Proceedings of the IEEE Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Piscataway, NJ, 1982. S. Health Phys. 56, 759–766, 1989. 1 and subsequent tables and figures in this chapter). 1 DC Fields Although alternate current (AC) power transmission is facilitated by the availability of transformers to change voltages, DC is also useful, especially since high-power, highefficiency solid-state electronic devices have become available.
Thickness of 100 A Individual molecules within and outside the membrane may also oscillate, and frequency estimates vary between 109 Hz for helical RNA  and 5Â1013 Hz for hydrogen-bonded amide structures . As the membranes and molecules involved are strongly polarized, the mechanically oscillating dipole electromagnetic fields that are able to transmit energy, at least in some situations, over distances much larger than the distance to the next adjacent molecule. Electromagnetic coupling of this type may produce long-range cooperative phenomena.
45. , Selective long range dispersion forces between large systems, Phys. , 39A, 153, 1972. ß 2006 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. 46. S. , Academic Press, New York, 1980, p. 391. 47. , Nonthermal resonant effects of 42 GHz microwaves on the growth of yeast cultures, in Coherent Excitations of Biological Systems, Fro¨lich, H. , Springer-Verlag, Basel, 1983, p. 21. ß 2006 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. 1 Introduction .........................................................................................................................
Bioengineering and Biophysical Aspects of Electromagnetic Fields (Handbook of Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields, 3Ed) by Ben Greenebaum, Frank S. Barnes