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    Does storing microwave popcorn at cooler temperatures affect the number of unpopped kernels? A. Project Design Plan Typically, it is best to store food products at cooler temperatures to prolong its freshness. However, the GardenGuides.com site warns that freezing popcorn dries it out, and the kernels will not pop (Candela). Problem statement: Does the storage temperature of microwave popcorn affect the number of unpopped kernels left in the bag after cooking it in a microwave? Decreasing the temperature of microwave popcorn could result in fewer kernels popped. Therefore, this experiment will inform anyone that eats microwave popcorn at which temperature to store it to achieve the best results. A1. Literature Review Starting in 1945 when…

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    Radish Seed Experiment

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    Abstract This experiment is about the effect of microwave radiation exposure on the percent that radish seeds germinate. The hypothesis in this experiment is if the radish seed is placed in the microwave for 8 minutes, then the percent of germinated seeds would be the lowest out of all the times. This experiment is important because if something happens and radish seeds are exposed to microwave radiation people would be able to know if the radishes would germinate if they knew the time they…

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    Plant Growth Lab

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    A. The point of this experiment is to observe the effect that radiation has on plant growth. B. The background knowledge relevant to this experiment is that the impact of radiation on plants has been shown to be dependent on species. The amount of radiation it takes for a plant to be impacted is also dependent on species. Radiation in the atmosphere is not the same type of radiation given off from microwaves. Microwaves radiation is less impactful towards living beings. However, microwave and…

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    Granny Craft! ________________________________________ 18 Sharp 800-Watt 0.8 Cu. Ft. Microwave Oven Review, Model: R230 I Review This Compact Microwave from Sharp for Consumers Throughout my time working for a national appliance retailer, I learned many things about microwaves. Actually, I learned more then I should have, but with this knowledge I now understand what it takes to create a truly amazing microwave. If you need a new microwave because your old one has died, or you need a secondary…

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    Raytheon Frame Design

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    produce combat radar equipment. It was 1939 so this project was of huge importance and was placed as number two on the militaries priority project list during WWII. While Spencer Percy was working on building magnetrons for radar sets, he noticed the candy bar in his pocket started to melt. He saw he was standing in front of an active radar, so he and other workers tried to heat other types of food to see if a similar effect would be observed. It was in fact what could be observed,…

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    family. Instead of wasting time on elaborate meals, read the following lines and prepare these hearty meals with your microwave oven, meals that will be done in no time. Microwave Frittata Frittata is the perfect hearty meal for breakfast, and by preparing this meal while following our recipe, you not only get your daily dose of minerals and vitamins, but you get to enjoy the food in a matter of minutes after starting the process of preparing it. The ingredients necessary to make the microwave…

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    Microwave Oven Case Study

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    LG LCRT2010ST Countertop Microwave Oven; a spacious interior with the efficiency that matches perfectly. Introduction Depending on what you expect from your appliances, but the LG LCRT2010ST Countertop Microwave Oven just might be the perfect microwave for your kitchen. It is a quite sizable product with features that are not usually seen in a microwave oven. The tests have revealed that setting this unit on Sensor Cooking has the best results possible. It provides an evenly cooked meal, with no…

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    The price of traditional oven is about $3,000 to $6,000 lower than the smart one. People may not like to pay extra thousands dollars for the Internet related services as they can access similar services through computer or iPad. The problem is that the utility gained from the entertainment and convenience probably worth less than the extra amount they paid. Smart oven might attract more young people rather than experienced housewives, but it still need to compete with traditional oven to capture…

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    Cooking Methods Essay

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    • Food items like: cakes, breads, cookies, biscuits, puddings, potatoes, etc. are cooked at different temperatures. 4- Microwave cooking: • It is one of the quicker or fast method cooking in a micro oven but care must be taken, aluminum foil and other metal items should not be put in a micro oven which may damage the micro oven generator. • The functions of micro waves are cooking, deforesting or thawing and reheating. • It is often quicker and more continent then equivalent methods such as…

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    The 1940’s are most known as the greatest generation, for having discover and developed some of the best inventions of the world, that today most people can't live without it. The 1940’s had it all, things like the color tv and the microwave oven. Peter Goldmark, a staff of RCA Laboratories, started developing modern color tv, after seeing the designs of John Logre Baird in 1928. However, black and white television at that time were sold to the public 10.5 million times compared to the color…

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