Microwave Radiation and Chemistry

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Presenter: Kyle Serniak

Published: June 2010

Age: 18-22 and upwards

Views: 1494 views

Tags: Thermal,microwave, chemistry, dielectric heating, polar, molecules, metal

Type: Undergraduate presentations

Source/institution: FSU


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Microwave chemistry is a field that is growing in popularity. Microwave radiation offers a more efficient means of heating compared to traditional thermal processes. The added efficiency comes from the idea of selective heating. It is important to understand what a microwave is, how it heats, and how it is important to chemistry.

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