Nature of Science Segment 3: More Microwave Experiments

Sierra, Mary and Brian continue working with microwaves. This time they have constructed a working model of a microwave. They have connected a CD player to a microwave emitter and speakers to a microwave receiver. The microwave emitter carries the music to the receiver, where it is transmitted to the speakers. How can we prove this? Let’s watch and find out!

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  1. John Says:

    That was awesome! I had no idea microwaves bounced off metal objects like that. Little Shop of Physics – you come up with the neatest experiments.


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