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Effect of Weak Electromagnetic Waves on Thermal Properties of Biomacromolecule Water Solutions

Effect of Weak Electromagnetic Waves on Thermal Properties of Biomacromolecule Water Solutions The temperature dependences of density (ρ) and the thermal expansion coefficient (α) of distilled water, a physiological solution and the water-saline solution of the DNA were studied upon the irradiation of solutions by the millimeter electromagnetic waves of non-thermal intensity at the frequencies of 64.5 and 50.3 GHz. It is shown that the density of non-irradiated and irradiated solutions decreases at the heating of solutions; however, there is a significant difference between the variation of the dependence of ρ(t) for irradiated and non-irradiated water-saline solutions. Computations show that the thermal expansion coefficient increases with the temperature increase for the solutions under investigation, though for the irradiated solutions the α growth occurs differently. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Contemporary Physics (Armenian Academy of Sciences) Springer Journals

Effect of Weak Electromagnetic Waves on Thermal Properties of Biomacromolecule Water Solutions

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2018 by Allerton Press, Inc.
Subject
Physics; Particle and Nuclear Physics
ISSN
1068-3372
eISSN
1934-9378
DOI
10.3103/S106833721802010X
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Abstract

The temperature dependences of density (ρ) and the thermal expansion coefficient (α) of distilled water, a physiological solution and the water-saline solution of the DNA were studied upon the irradiation of solutions by the millimeter electromagnetic waves of non-thermal intensity at the frequencies of 64.5 and 50.3 GHz. It is shown that the density of non-irradiated and irradiated solutions decreases at the heating of solutions; however, there is a significant difference between the variation of the dependence of ρ(t) for irradiated and non-irradiated water-saline solutions. Computations show that the thermal expansion coefficient increases with the temperature increase for the solutions under investigation, though for the irradiated solutions the α growth occurs differently.

Journal

Journal of Contemporary Physics (Armenian Academy of Sciences)Springer Journals

Published: May 31, 2018

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