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Some questions and answers relating to superheating in a microwave oven.
Info on microwaves. While there are some radar bands from 1,300 to 1,600 MHz, most microwave applications fall in the range 3,000 to 30,000 MHz (3-30 GHz).
In this video mythbusters find out how likely it is that you could superheat water in your own microwave.
A blog written by a group of physicists and astrophysicists on the stuff that interests them: science but also arts, politics, culture, technology, academia, and miscellaneous trivia
Scientists from Cornell University answer questions on everything from why you can't put metal in a microwave to why gravity is called gravity.
A wealth of info about the sun, the earth's magnetosphere, space weather, cosmic rays, solar wind etc
RADAR speed detectors bounce microwave radiation off of moving vehicles and detect the reflected waves.
News about the latest discoveries using satellites launched by NASA e.g. The Microwave Anisotropy Probe and the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory. This is all very up-to-date information on space-based ...
This article explains how the IceCube detector will look for cosmic neutrinos from small flashes of light under thousands of metres of ice.
Applets demonstrating X-rays, CAT scans, Microwave ovens, LASERs, TV screens and Laptop screens all from the physics 2000 website
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