Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In physical chemistry, not separating a dissolved electrolyte into ions: said of a solvent.
“The best response I found was from Kenneth R. Foster, a Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Pennsylvania whose own research is focused on the biomedical applications and health effects of non-ionizing electromagnetic fields — the kind of fields produced by cell phone towers.”
“Yeah, while she's certainly got a risk of breast cancer from being a person with breasts, microwaves are non-ionizing radiation, and thus shouldn't increase her cancer risk.”
“Cellphones emit non-ionizing radiation, which has enough energy to cause atoms in a molecule to vibrate, but not enough to remove electrons.”
“Sound waves and visible light waves are other examples of non-ionizing radiation.”
“Some people have worried about cellphones because they emit radio waves, a form of non-ionizing, low-frequency radiation.”
“There are other types of scanners on the market that use non-ionizing radiation, radio waves called Millimeter-wave scanners.”
“Before you agree to any imaging examination ask what the doctor suspects and is there an alternative non-ionizing radiation imaging examination, such as an MRI or an ultrasound that can be substituted.”
“The argument by Gupta and others when it comes to cell phones is sure, there's absolutely no sound scientific evidence they can be damaging and of course believing they can cause cancer goes against everything we know about non-ionizing radiation, but still ... you never know.”
“Within weeks, governments across the European Union were enacting new safety standards related to electromagnetic radiation and specifically non-ionizing radiation (which is the type that is emitted from your cell phone antenna).”
“Ultimately, the research must continue to determine whether or not non-ionizing radiation emitted from phone antennae causes brain cancers.”
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