Rammal et al reported decreasing of antioxidant potential of plant Lycopersicon esculentum by assessment of DPPH radical scavenging of electromagnetic field
treated samples .
longitudinal), it gives rise to the particle aspect of the electromagnetic field
, the photon.
The Committee has assessed a number of possible health effects from low-level electromagnetic fields
and has evaluated the research in each area.
This section describes an algorithm for predicting the value of electromagnetic field
radiation generated by the antenna.
An official government team comprising of the Ministry of Industry and Electricity and the Ministry of Health was formed in 2010 to study the effects of electromagnetic fields
for substantiated and comprehensive results of the medical and engineering point of views.
THE COUPLED ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD
, THERMAL FIELD AND MASS PROBLEMS
For a long time, electromagnetic fields
were thought to have no effect on living organisms.
Together, electric and magnetic fields, also called electromagnetic fields
or electromagnetic radiation, exist wherever there is electric power, via powerlines, household wiring, lighting fixtures and electric appliances.
For performing the test, electromagnetic field
supplier device which was producing 1mt intensity and was designed in histology department, was used.
There is no metallographic evidence that the electromagnetic field
contributed to the formation of the orifice residue phases.
Repacholi is Coordinator of WHO's Occupational and Environmental Health Unit and manager of the International Electromagnetic Fields
Kristian Birkeland, a Norwegian scientist who worked from the late 1800s to 1917-at the same time the Norwegian fight for independence was taking place--studied the earth's electromagnetic field
and found their cause.
A MAJOR international review of research into the health hazards of power lines has found that leukaemia risk is doubled in children exposed to high electromagnetic field
ELF fields are generated every time an electrical device is operated, and an electromagnetic field
is also present when an appliance is on stand-by.
The data, published in two medical journals in 1992, purported to show the first plausible biological mechanism linking electromagnetic field
exposure to cancer and other diseases; the reports helped fuel the widespread though unsubstantiated belief that power lines cause health problems (see "Shock Journalism," January 1995).