half-wave dipole or monopole (varying indications within the text; remark EMF-Portal)
Distance between exposed object and exposure source
exposure system was organized with a special cylindrical strainer which is appropriate for exposure condition and physical size of one rat (length 15 cm, diameter 5 cm), noses of rats were positioned in close contact to the antenna (according to a table in the article: distance between head and antenna 1 m (?)) and the tube was ventilated from head to tail to decrease stress, 8 rats (Figure shows 6 rats (?)) exposed at the same time
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