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Energy Conservation by Using Microwave as a Source for the Production of Bioenergy Production as a Refundable Source of Energy

  title={Energy Conservation by Using Microwave as a Source for the Production of Bioenergy Production as a Refundable Source of Energy},
  author={Punit Pal},
Microwave is a form of electromagnetic radiation having wavelength ranges from 1 m to 1 mm with the frequency between 290 MHz to 290 GHz. Microwaves have been applied in plentiful organic and biological chemical syntheses; practicably, from the time their proficiency to work as heat source was discovered. Existing laboratory scale microwave submissions in biodiesel making presented the possible of the technology to complete superior results over conservative approaches. Energy occupation and… Expand


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