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Tissue Morphology and Bio-metamaterials as the Driving Mechanism of Electromagnetic Response in the sub THz frequency Range

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In 2008 it was published that the helical structure of the human sweat duct could act as an antenna in the sub THz band. We demonstrate that this can be extended to trace mental stresses.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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