Possible health effects of magnetic fields
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There is a major public concern about possible detrimental health effects of weak magnetic fields. Our research will provide the first systematic and detailed study of magnetic properties of important radical-containing complexes using microwave experiments. The magnetic properties of various paramagnetic molecules can also be significantly influenced by the formation of complexes with other molecules. The analysis and interpretation of magnetic effects extends the limit of currently available theoretical tools but we have been recently able to understand some patterns.
AuthorsMARINAKIS, S; Howard,, B
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