Journal of Radio Electronics. eISSN 1684-1719. 2023. 11

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Theoretical justification of hydrodynamic instability
in aquatic environments under the influence
of microwave radiation


K.D. Kazarinov, S.V. Titov


Kotelnikov IRE RAS, Fryazino branch

141190, Moscow region, Fryazino, pl. akademika Vvedenskogo, 1


The paper was received November 27,2023.


Abstract. Mathematical relations are presented for estimation of the hydrodynamic instability in aqueous media under microwave radiation in a wide frequency range. On the basis of the obtained theoretical relationships and our experimental results, a hypothesis for the correction of the intracellular movement of the aqueous medium using low-intensity microwave radiation is proposed. The hypothesis is based on the latest literature data on the registration of cytosol convection in animal cells using new precision fluorescent methods.

Key words: hydrodynamic instability, intracellular movement, precision fluorescence method.

Financing: The work was carried out within the framework of the task Kotel’nikov IRE RAS No. 075-01110-23-01.

Corresponding author: Titov Sergei Vladimirovich,


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Kazarinov K.D., Titov S.V. Theoretical justification of hydrodynamic instability in aquatic environments under the influence of microwave. // Journal of Radio Electronics. – 2023. – №. 11. (In Russian)