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microwaves

() Very high frequency radio waves. Their frequencies are usually considered to lie in the range 1–300 gigahertz, so that their wavelength range is about 1–300 mm. Microwave astronomy is the branch of radio astronomy covering this wavelength range.
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Effect of microwaves on E.coli and Bacillus subtilis.
In the course of the 23 years of publishing the Gerson Healing Newsletters, we have published four articles about the problems caused by microwave ovens.
Despite their functional differences from traditional microwaves, the models do not differ aesthetically from other microwaves and therefore could potentially get lost on the shelves with other microwaves, further prompting a gourmet retailer push.
"Microwaves heat food," the Cancer Council NSW (https://cancercouncil.com.au/86089/cancer-information/general-information-cancer-information/cancer-questions-myths/environmental-and-occupational-carcinogens/microwave-ovens-do-not-cause-cancer/) said .
Ever since the microwave oven was invented, it has been considered a staple inside the kitchen.
Already, studies about microwave extraction of bioactive components mostly focus on the extraction properties, parameter optimization, and the yield of objective components.
Multinational manufacturer and marketer of home appliances, LG, makes one of the most sought after microwaves. The best thing about the LG MC2883SMP 28 L Convection Microwave is that it is very versatile.
9, 2016), "Microwave Curing of Composite Material," Timothy Sanderson (Airbus Operations Ltd., Bristol, England)
In the third annual Global Microwave Meeting, hosted by Ericsson, experts from the private and public sector, including NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and ITU, will discuss the critical role and technical evolution of microwave networks including microwave (MW), millimeter-wave (MMW), and submillimeter-wave (SMMW) spectrum as we look towards the next generation of mobile networking, known as 5G, and beyond.
Whirlpool Nordic AB continued to lead microwaves sales in Sweden with a 24% volume share and 64,810 units sold in 2015.
Bayramoglu, Investigation of Thermal and Non-Thermal Interactions of Microwaves with Materials and Microwave Chemistry, Pamukkale University Engineering College, Journal of Engineering Sciences, 8, 395 (2002).
LG Electronics Austria GmbH remained the leading player in microwaves in 2014 with a 30% share of volume sales.