Riccardo Cuminetti Posted October 10, 2020 Share Posted October 10, 2020 Hi, can anyone help me locate research articles showing the impairment of oxygen absorption by haemoglobin following irradiation by 60 GHz RF? It is well known that oxygen in the air absorbs the radiation, but what happens to it after that, when it enters the lungs? How long does the excited state last, will it reach the lungs and what parameter will prevent the binding to haemoglobin? I am asked questions I would like to answer. Suggestions welcome. Riccardo Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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