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Synonyms for emf

the rate at which energy is drawn from a source that produces a flow of electricity in a circuit

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Merkel told the meeting that an EMF should be incorporated into European law via a change in the EU treaty, though she did not make this a stipulation for creating it, participants said.
Understanding VGCCs as the principle causative agent in EMF damage to our cells and that it is even more important than ionizing radiation will encourage us to avoid this energy and do more to shield ourselves and neutralize its damaging effects.
The price impact of transmission lines attributable to EMF radiation separately from aesthetic or noise impacts has been a subject of debate within the valuation profession and economics literature.
The company's new US patent, which has been assigned the number 9,770,386, covers the technology that negates any health risk from prolonged exposure to EMF in the sauna by mitigating all kinds of EMF.
This study was conducted by exposure to bacteria to EMF at 900 MHz and 1800 MHz and evaluating the impact on morphology of bacterial cells and bacterial survival rate.
Conclusion: It was concluded from current results that radiations from 2G, 3G and 4G mobile phones have deleterious effects on the organization of Purkinje cell layer of cerebellum with 3G and 4G causing more harm as compared to EMF from 2G mobile phones.
coli to EMF-EMF (2mT; 50Hz) at 4, 6, and 8 hours of incubation the number of cells was significantly decreased in bacteria exposed to EMF when compared with the control [14].
In agreement with our findings, recent studies have revealed that EMF (918 MHz; 0.25 W/kg) could provide cognitive advantages to transgenic and nontransgenic mice [24] and exert positive effects on the acquisition and maintenance of spatial memory [10].
Caption: Figure 4: The comparison of NOS2 mRNA expression obtained from the ELF- EMF group versus that from the non-ELF-EMF group.
Modern industrial society produces considerable levels of electromagnetic fields (EMFs), caused by widespread use of electric-power-generating facilities that deliver energy to domestic and industrial appliances.
Electromagnetic Field (EMF) can trigger the complying with biological effects on humans as well as animals:.
If you are worried about your health and your family members health after that you need to comprehend the effects of (EMF's) or, Electromagnetid Field and what you could do to block out these deadly EMF's!
The major development in this release is support for creating EMF metafile image.
Results indicated that the hazardous effect of EMF on living organisms is associated with frequency and intensity of the waves (11).
Endomyocardial fibrosis (EMF), despite being the most common restrictive cardiomyopathy worldwide, still remains poorly understood.