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Microwave Conductivity of Free, “Bulk” and Bound Water

  • George Masszi
  • Ladislas Koszorus

Abstract

Ultra-short radiowaves have been used in the research of biological structures since Höber’s first investigation Höber (1910). Radiofrequency measurements in our Institute have shown the presence of bound K in muscle (Ernst, 1935; Masszi, 1958; Masszi, Tigyi-Sebes, 1962; Ernst, 1963).

Keywords

Dielectric Relaxation Bulk Water Microwave Range Sand Wave Rana Esculenta 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • George Masszi
    • 1
  • Ladislas Koszorus
    • 1
  1. 1.Biophysical InstituteMedical UniversityPëcsHungary

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