Microwave oven, Science & Facts

Microwave oven, Science & Facts

Microwave oven, Science & Facts

Microwave oven, appliance that cooks food by means of high-frequency electromagnetic waves called microwaves. A microwave oven is a relatively small, boxlike oven that raises the temperature of food by subjecting it to a high-frequency electromagnetic field. The microwaves are absorbed by water

Microwave oven, Science & Facts

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Microwave oven, Science & Facts

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