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Physics Issues Investigation

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Does radiation given off mobile phones have the potential to cause physical damage? If so should they be kept in pockets?

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Radiobiology Physics Medical physics Biology Radiation Mobile telecommunications Radioactivity Environmental health Mobile phone radiation and health Non-ionizing radiation Electromagnetic radiation Mobile phone
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Radiobiology Physics Medical physics Biology Radiation Mobile telecommunications Radioactivity Environmental health Mobile phone radiation and health Non-ionizing radiation Electromagnetic radiation Mobile phone
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With upcoming technological innovations, the technological era is yet far from end and so is the use of mobile phones. Invented initially in 1973 [1], the mobile has come a long way from its birth, being moulded into much more compact and convenient forms. As the phones evolved, the science behind their technologies became more and more intricate, showcasing much faster speeds. This evolution led to rising controversy about the possible harm the electromagnetic radiation emitting from a mobile can cause, particularly when kept in ones pocket, (Figure a). This investigation is aimed to identify the potential risks (if any) when a mobile phone is kept directly inside ones pocket, in i...
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