Distance between exposed object and exposure source
generator was equipped with a half-wave dipole antenna system; exposure system was kept in a specific room with plastic furniture to prevent possible radiation reflection; walls of the room were completely covered by chromium-nickel metals for protection from possible outside telemetricexposure; as shown by a picture, rats were exposed simultaneously in plastic cylinders with its heads to the antenna
contradictory information given about control group: in one sentence it is stated that control grouprats were placed in a cylindrical container with the radiofrequency source switched off; another sentence says that the control animals were kept in their cage without any treatment or restraint of any kind.
or 11 V/m? contradictory information given; measured at the closest point of the body
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