What does the future hold for microwave? "Microwave effect"
Microwave studies of nitrosyl complexes;
Microwave studies of nitrosyl complexes
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Although we use microwave heating for chemical processes worth millions of dollars, the mechanism of the microwave heating is not very well understood. Progress in measuring local temperatures in microwave-heated transformations will allow us to search for any non-thermal microwave effect. It will also allow the use of microwave synthesis and catalysis much more effectively and in many more systems. This has the potential to be the key to huge energy savings and maintain environmental sustainability. Recent progress in microwave spectroscopy shows that it can be used for analytical applications in challenging environments, and perhaps for the separation of enantiomers.
AuthorsMARINAKIS, S; Howard,, B
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