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Published in: Health and Technology 2/2021

27-01-2021 | Original Paper

Chemical polarization effects of electromagnetic field radiation from the novel 5G network deployment at ultra high frequency

Authors: Ugochukwu O. Matthew, Jazuli S. Kazaure

Published in: Health and Technology | Issue 2/2021

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Abstract

The wide-spectrum of non-ionizing, non-visible radiation emitted from the novel 5G network deployment was investigated and found liable to produce effects capable of heating up and altering human body nomenclature. The Ultra-high frequency magnetic fields, induced circulation of currents in the surrounding human body when potentially exposed. The quantum of these electromagnetic charges is influenced by the magnitude of the external magnetic field. The Magnetic fields warming is the major organic consequence of the electromagnetic fields radiofrequency radiation emitted from 5G network installation especially at a very high frequencies. From the current research, the levels of electromagnetic fields to which individuals are naturally unmasked under 4G network and 5G network technology in SCENARIO1, SCENARIO 2 and SCENARIO 3 are very negligible to alter human body dipolar chemistry. On the several findings of the research, deploying 5G network technology under the ultra-high frequency above 20 GHz will produce effect that will heat up the human body tissues due to electromagnetic field inducement since human body is dipolar in nature. The research established that while the current digital society will continue investment into 5G network technology, caution must be applied not to deploy 5G network under ultra-high frequency above 20 GHz due to its adverse health effects.

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Metadata
Title
Chemical polarization effects of electromagnetic field radiation from the novel 5G network deployment at ultra high frequency
Authors
Ugochukwu O. Matthew
Jazuli S. Kazaure
Publication date
27-01-2021
Publisher
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Published in
Health and Technology / Issue 2/2021
Print ISSN: 2190-7188
Electronic ISSN: 2190-7196
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12553-020-00501-x

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