Power density measurements were made using a power meter with a probe. The distribution was ±10% of the average at the positions of the four T-25 flasks. The average SAR at the bottom of the flask, calculated by FDTD analysis, was 10.8 ± 7.1 W/kg. In an area of approximately 2 cm x 4 cm in the central part of the flask, the SAR values were within 20% of this average SAR. The range of SARs was from 0.0002 to 29.43 W/kg, with 90, 75, 50, 25, and 10% of cells being exposed to SARs greater than 1.85, 5.55, 10.0, 14.45, and 22.05 W/kg, respectively. The center point of the flask was not the location of the highest SAR.
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