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Book chapter

Do humans “shine” in the sub THz?

P. 1-2.
Baksheeva K., Ozhegov R., Goltsman G., Kinev N., Koshelets V., Kochnev A., Betzalel N., Puzenko A., Ben Ishai P., Feldman Y.

Radiometry experiments, performed on human subjects, show that in the vicinity of a central frequency of 507 GHz the emission of the human skin is substantially nonequilibrium in its nature. The intensity of the radiation registered using a superconducting integrated receiver (SIR) [1], was correlated with the level of the physical and mental stress of subject under examination. This result suggests that human skin may generate sub-THz waves.