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Review. A microwave oven is powered by a magnetron, an

Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics | 9th Edition | ISBN: 9781133954057 | Authors: Raymond A. Serway John W. Jewett ISBN: 9781133954057 230

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Review. A microwave oven is powered by a magnetron, an electronic device that generates electromagnetic waves of frequency 2.45 GHz. The microwaves enter the oven and are reflected by the walls. The standing-wave pattern produced in the oven can cook food unevenly, with hot spots in the food at antinodes and cool spots at nodes, so a turntable is often used to rotate the food and distribute the energy. If a microwave oven intended for use with a turntable is instead used with a cooking dish in a fixed position, the antinodes can appear as burn marks on foods such as carrot strips or cheese. The separation distance between the burns is measured to be 6 cm 6 5%. From these data, calculate the speed of the microwaves

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Chapter 2: Basic Chemistry and Biochemistry-Part 1 by Mehrnaz Ighani . Chemistry: the basis of all physiological reactions such as movement, digestion, metabolism, and etc. . Chemistry has 2 subdivisions: 1. Basic chemistry 2. Biochemistry . Matter: any object that has mass and occupies space ­ Weight is mass+ the force of gravity . 3 states of matter: 1. Solid: defined shape and volume 2. Liquid: changeable shape but defined volume 3. Gas: changeable shape and volume . Energy: the capacity to do work or put matter into motion ­ Doesn’t have mass, nor does it take up space ­ The greater the work done, the more energy needed . Energy exists in 2 forms: 1. Kinetic energy (energy in action) 2. Potential energy (stored energy)  Energy can be tran

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Textbook: Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics
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Author: Raymond A. Serway John W. Jewett
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