Subject: Why is it not possible to heat small particles (powders) in a microwave?
Date: Wed Nov 10 05:03:09 2004
Posted by Desie
Grade level: grad (science)
School: Fontys Hogescholen Eindhoven, institute for applied sciences, applied physics
City: Eindhoven State/Province: Noord Brabant
Area of science: Physics
Is it true that small particles (diameter 10 micrometer) do not heat after
being exposed to microwaves? Are there other alternatives to heat these powders
very efficiently (other wavelengths(?))?
Re: Why is it not possible to heat small particles (powders) in a microwave?
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