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Microwave oven experiments  related subject: Microwave oven
Atmosphere Plasmoid This experiment will allow you to see and check by yourself that a stable Plasmoid ( an artificial Plasma Ball ) can be created in air ( at a pressure of one atmosphere )
Ball Lightning in microwave ovens Ball Lightning in microwave ovens
Ball Lightning How to make a Stable Plasmoid (Ball Lightning), how to produce microwave oven plasma
Ball Lightning
Balloon in a microwave owen Balloon in a microwave owen experiment
Exploding water
Finding the Speed of Light with Marshmallows Velocity = Frequency . Wavelength
Fun Things to Do with Microwave Ovens CDs, Steel wool, Light bulb, Flourescent tube, Neon light, Printed circuit board, Burnt match, Bit of wire (the tethered and free-floating plasma-arc effects), Demolishing a microwave with explosives. [DANGER!], Can of baked beans, [DANGER!], Carton of eggs [DANGER!], Cockroach, Instant coffee (time contraction effect), Burning candle
Fun with James Onde Overheating an egg (basic), Mapping energy nodes (basic), Burning CDs (basic / advanced), Light-bulbs (advanced), Plasma Foil (advanced)
Generate microwaves with a simple spark transmitter In this experiment you’ll generate microwaves with a simple spark transmitter powered by your HVPS. Two pieces of wire will serve as a transmitting dipole antenna, pdf file
Hoe een ballon opblazen in de microgolfoven
Kleine lampjes in de microgolfoven
Lichtexplosie in een microgolfoven
Lichtexplosie in een microgolfoven 2
Lightbulb with milk Lightbulb with milk in a Microwave Oven
Measure the Speed of Light Using Your Microwave Measuring the Speed of 'Light' with a Microwave Oven
Microscale Gas Chemistry: Generating Gases in a Microwave Oven
Microwaved Water and Plants
Microwave experiments Microwave ovens can be used to perform exciting demonstrations that illustrate a variety of physics topics. Experiments discussed here show superheating, visualize the inhomogeneous heating that takes place in a microwave and also show how to use a mobile phone to detect radiation leaking from the oven, try at your own risk!! pdf file
Microwave Ball Lightning dangerous!!
Microwave experiments at school Plasma balls using a microwave oven, Eggy explosions, Light bulbs, Measure the speed of light with
bread and margarine, pdf file
Microwave Grape Plasma An investigation into the cause of sparks between grape halves when exposed to microwaves of varying intensity and direction at 2.54 GHz
Microwave Oven & EMP Experiments Microwave Oven Experiments
Microwave oven modification Microwave oven modification
Microwave oven experiments Fluorescent tube in a Microwave, Microwaving high-pressure sodium vapor lamps, Neon Globes in a Microwave Oven, Valves in a microwave with video, Pins and Sparks, Putting Kitchen Scourer's in a microwave, A vacuum fluorescent display in a microwave with video, A foil lined chip packet in a microwave with video, Making plasma using a coil of copper wire
Microwave oven experiments experiments with microwave ovens, Microwave ovens can be used to perform exciting demonstrations that illustrate a variety of physics topics. Experiments discussed here show superheating, visualize the inhomogeneous heating that takes place in a microwave and also show how to use a mobile phone to detect radiation leaking from the oven. Finally eggs can give some spectacular (though messy) explosions, pdf file
Microwave oven: Fun Things to Do with Microwave Ovens CDs, Steel wool, Light bulb, Flourescent tube, Neon light, Printed circuit board, Burnt match, Bit of wire (the tethered and free-floating plasma-arc effects), Demolishing a microwave with explosives, Can of baked beans, Carton of eggs, Cockroach, Instant coffee (time contraction effect), Burning candle
Microwave oven experiments with metals and light sources pdf file
Microwave popcorn Microwave popcorn experiment, pdf file
More experiments with microwave ovens The physics of microwave ovens, Chocolate bars, Superheating, Heating of baby food in bottles, Leakage of radiation from a microwave?, Eggs in the microwave, Soap in the microwave: good smell and nice shapes, pdf file
Phenomena: the sparking of grapes in microwaves ovens Fun with Grapes
Physics inside a Microwave Oven Physics inside a Microwave Oven, A light bulb in a glass of water, A poptart in the wrapper, A small camera, A compact disc, Wet thermal fax paper, A metal ball, A grape, A burning candle, Finding the hot spots in your microwave with fax paper
Plasma Experiments Plasma experiments with commercial gas tubes and some ideas for microwave oven conversions
Plasmoid ( Ball Lightning ) generation with Microwaves The cloud of carbon particles is produced with a pencil graphite lead. The electromagnetic energy of the microwaves generated by a magnetron is absorbed by the cloud of carbon particles and a "plasmoid" is produced
Put marshmallows into the microwave oven marshmallows into the microwave oven
Scalar waves Theory and Experiments wireless transmission of electrical energy, pdf file
The efficiency of a microwave oven Globally, household microwave ovens operate at a frequency of 2458 MHz and this produces a wavelength of 12.2 cm, pdf file
TL buizen in de microgolfoven
Using a microwave oven to measure the speed of light The aim of this experiment is to measure the speed of light using food (chocolate, cheese, pappadums or marshmallows), a microwave oven, a ruler (with millimetre measurements) and the relationship between the speed of EMR (in this case microwaves) and their wavelength and frequency. Enjoy the experiment and enjoy eating the food, pdf file
Videos of the inside of the microwave oven compartment
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