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Uses: Microwaves are not just used for cooking food, but for many other things as well. Microwaves in this field are primarily used for clean-up.They can be used to decrease air pollutants, sanitize hospital waste, enhance dry cleaning solvents, and clean up polluted soil. Scientists use microwaves to make a special conductor made of copper called chalcopyrite. Microwaves can add in the process of separating chemical compounds, thus allowing scientist to individually study each component of the compound. Effects: Microwaves make your food toxic and/or “zap” all the nutrition out of it.The radiation leaking out from the microwave causes health problems completely independent of anything it does to your food. Blood heated in microwaves is unfit for donation: it kills the recipient. That’s true enough, but it’s also true of any quick heating method. Human blood just was not meant to work properly at boiling temperatures. Microwave Uses: television has a number of uses. First of all, it makes it possible for us to see what is happening far away. The artificial satellites have made it possible to watch events in other countries directly. Television is a very fine medium of entertainment. It brings musician and the music, singer and his singing and actor and his acting close to us. Whether it is rain or sunshine, hot or cold, we can enjoy television programmes within four walls of our homes. Television can be used to teach uneducated people. Effects: Television has a great benefit among children as they get easily aware and connect about the physical happenings in their modern-faced.This is an implication that when a child watches a significant program that is – educational, informative, and values-promoted shows will increase their intellectual growth.
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