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How to reveal microwaves in an oven
posted November 21 2010 7:26.02 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Have you ever wonder how the microwave patterns are inside your microwave oven? Marc Kossover from Hands On Science found a simple and relatively cheap way to reveal these patterns while the oven works. He placed inside the oven a grid made with neon lamps. Neon lamps lights when hit by microwave radiation. Visit his page to learn more.

[Via: Make]    [Link: Hands On Science]
Tags: tester   experiments   sensors   

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