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The Development and Application of Microwave Heating

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The Development and Application of Microwave Heating
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535108351
Number of pages: 212

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Microwave heating has found many applications ranging from the microwave ovens in kitchen to heat food, to a sterilization apparatus for medical treatment, to materials processing in the various fields. In those applications, microwave heating demonstrates significant advantages over conventional methods in reduced processing time and less environmental impacts.

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