The effects of particle size on microwave heating of metal and metal oxide powders

@inproceedings{Crane2014TheEO,
  title={The effects of particle size on microwave heating of metal and metal oxide powders},
  author={Charles A. Crane and Michelle L. Pantoya and Brandon L. Weeks and Mohammad A Saed},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract To understand the effect of particle size on microwave absorption, it is important to separate absorption in good bulk conductors (like aluminum or copper) from dielectrics, like iron oxide (Fe 2 O 3 ). This study experimentally examined coupling microwaves to powder compacts of discretely different materials such as aluminum and iron oxide as a function of particle size. An electromagnetic chamber exposed compacted powder samples of each material to microwaves at a frequency of 3.3… CONTINUE READING
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