Resonant Absorption of Microwaves by Macromolecules

" As is known, the excited DNA molecule of bacteria is capable of emitting microwaves in the ultrahigh frequency (microwave) range [1]. It is natural to assume that the DNA molecule absorbs electromagnetic waves in the same microwave range." {Credits 1}

" The purpose of this study is to conduct a direct experiment showing that DNA molecules are able to absorb electromagnetic radiation in the microwave range in a resonant manner." {Credits 1}

" This study is a direct proof of the resonant absorption of DNA molecules in the microwave spectrum. The absorption of the electromagnetic field by bacterial cultures took place almost strictly at the frequency that corresponded to the calculated natural frequencies of torsional vibrations of the corresponding DNA molecules. Thus, it is proved that the effect of absorption by DNA molecules of the electromagnetic field of ultrahigh frequency exists, and this frequency is the natural frequency of torsional vibrations of DNA molecules." {Credits 1}

" On M. Avium culture, the effective absorption was 7.3%, the resonant frequency f0 = 10.317 ± 0.001 Hz and close to the calculated 10.31 GHz." {Credits 1}

" On Mycobacterium tuberculosis culture the effective absorption was 7.1%, f0 = 10.356 ± 0.001 GHz and close to the calculated value of 10.36 GHz." {Credits 1}


{Credits 1} 🎪 Ikhlov, B. L. (2022). Resonant Absorption of Microwaves by Macromolecules. Open Access Library Journal, 9(3), 1-10. © 2022 The Author(s). This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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