Synopses & Reviews
Volume 2 in this series offers research into two specific regions of the electromagnetic spectrum: extremely low frequency fields and radiofrequency radiation, with particular emphasis on the latter. The investigations explore: melatonin synthesis and exposure to extremely low frequency (ELF) fields ELF fields and cancer computational bioelectromagnetics health effects, including the carcinogenic potential of radiofrequency radiation radiofrequency radiation as an energy source for arrhythmia, and practical applications of the radiofrequency exposure standard.
Table of Contents
Melatonin Aspects of Exposure to Low Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields; R.J. Reiter. Epidemiologic Studies of Electric and Magnetic Fields and Cancer; L.I. Kheifets, J.L. Kelsey. Computational Bioelectromagnetics: Modeling Methods for Macroscopic Tissue Interactions; K.D. Paulsen. Health Effects of Radiofrequency Radiation from Wireless Communication Technology; J.C. Lin. Laboratory Evidence for the Carcinogenic Potential of Radiofrequency Radiation; G.H. Harrison, E.K. Balcer-Kubiczek. Application of Radiofrequency Energy as an Energy Source for Ablation of Cardiac Arrhythmias; A.B. Wagshal, S.K.S. Huang. Practical Applications of ANSI/IEEE C95.1 Radiofrequency Exposure Standard; R.A. Tell. Index.