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Coherent macroscopic changes in blood plasma under MM-wave resonance irradiation
Author(s): Leonid I. Berezhinsky; Grigory Sergeevich Litvinov; Nina Y. Gridina; Galina I. Dovbeshko; Mikhail P. Lisitsa
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Paper Abstract

Results of millimeter wave (MMW) radiation action upon a refraction index of 2 - 10% water solutions of human blood plasma are presented in the paper. Investigations were carried out by holographic interferometry. Incident power density of MMW radiation applied was about 100 W/m2. Under MMW irradiation a refraction index of 2% solution of human blood plasma was detected to increase by 2.52 (DOT) 10-4. Field effect leading to refraction index changes was opposite to temperature effect. Millimeter wave effect was manifested immediately after the start of irradiation with its maximum reached after 6 - 7 min exposition. The initial refraction index was restored 10 min after the generator was switched off. In this paper the phenomena are explained from the point of view of the collective states whose changes take place under MMW field action on biomolecule containing water solutions.

Paper Details

Date Published: 3 September 1993
PDF: 5 pages
Proc. SPIE 1889, Holography, Interferometry, and Optical Pattern Recognition in Biomedicine III, (3 September 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.155713
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Leonid I. Berezhinsky, Scientific Research Ctr. Vidhuk (Ukraine)
Grigory Sergeevich Litvinov, Scientific Research Ctr. Vidhuk (Ukraine)
Nina Y. Gridina, Scientific Research Ctr. Vidhuk (Ukraine)
Galina I. Dovbeshko, Scientific Research Ctr. Vidhuk (Ukraine)
Mikhail P. Lisitsa, Scientific Research Ctr. Vidhuk (Ukraine)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1889:
Holography, Interferometry, and Optical Pattern Recognition in Biomedicine III
Halina Podbielska, Editor(s)

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