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How do you heat up a bowl of soup in the microwave?
what you do is u just put a bowl in the microwave and u heat it up for about 30 sec then if its still cold do another 10 secounds
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no you cant. the wooden bowl would just burn
If everything else is working on your microwave, like the lights, fan, timer, etc... and nothing you put inside gets hot, then you probably need a new "Klystron tube". … The Klystron tube emits microwave radio energy that makes the oven heat the water molecules in food by agitating them with the radio energy. If you have put a cup of water in the microwave oven and put the control on hi and about 60 seconds and neither the water or the cup got hot, then the Klystron is no longer working, Like any vacuum tube, they do eventually fail. Unfortunately, since most new microwave ovens are much less expensive than buying a new Klystron tube and having it installed, you probably need to just throw it away (or better yet: Recycle it!!) and go buy a new one.
Microwave ovens don't heat up vessels if they're microwave proof. Usually the information relating to their microwave capability will be found on the base of the vessels. …If you use a vessel which isn't microwave proof it will heat up, very possibly dangerously so: it will be likely to crack or explode. To test for microwave proofing, if there's no information on your vessel, put the item into your microwave with a vessel you know to be microwave proof - maybe a coffee mug. Fill it with water; this will help protect your oven; its magnetron won't cope well with unsuitable vessels . Heat for half a minute. At the end of that time your mug of water will have heated, but your untested vessel will also have become hot. If this happens, never, ever use that vessel in a microwave oven; you risk at best the thing cracking open and making a heck of a mess of your oven interior and at worst might cause injury to someone removing it from the oven.
Yes, you can heat air in a microwave oven, but the appliance isn't good at doing that. There are a few reasons for this. First, the microwaves will most effectively only heat …the water vapor in air or water in something in the cavity (the cooking area). That means that thermal energy transferred into water vapor or something in the cavity that has water in it will have to be transferred to the air to heat that air. We also know that a microwave has a fan in it to keep the microwave generating component cool. The air is heated as it cooles the device, and that warm air is then ducted through the cavity and out another side of the oven. This happens continuously. The air in the cavity is constantly being "replaced" with other air. Heating air in a microwave is not something the device can do well.
Convection. You might think conduction but this isn't completely accurate. The spoon will pick up some heat from contact with the hot bowl (not the soup) by conduction, but th…e total surface contact is much less than the surface contact with the soup, which transfers the heat to the spoon by convection. The soup cooled by the spoon will sink to the bottom of the bowl exposing it to hotter soup conveyed by the convection currents created by the changes in temperature.
Microwave ovens work because the microwaves excite water molecules in the food, causing them to vibrate rapidly. This raises the temperature of the material (and is why microw…ave ovens 'heat food from the inside out', or 'right through' might be more accurate). A dry plate does not contain much water, so it doesn't get hot.
Microwave ovens work by making particles of water vibrate with energy, therefore producing the most common product of energy: heat. As the plastic is not made up of wate…r particles, it does not heat up.
Microwaves excite fat and water molecules, which makes these molecules vibrate very fast. The faster an atom vibrates, the hotter it is. An empty plate is not made up of water… or fat.
Food is very fibrous, or less dense, in comparison to ceramic or plastics. The microwaves move very fast at a very high frequency. By doing this, they speed up the vibrations …of water molecules in your food, and the faster the molecules move, the more heat is made. The dishes don't get hot, because the microvaves won't penetrate the material.
No. Bowling for Soup have never broken up.
Since the spoon is cooler than the bowl of hot soup, the molecules move from a higher temperature to a lower temperature. With this happening, the molecules keep transferring …until the spoon is the same temperature as the bowl with soup or most likely a little over room temperate, which would be its heating point.
A 1000 watt microwave oven takes 90 seconds to heat a bowl of soup. How many joules of energy does it use?
about 20 to 30 seconds
Microwaves heat only 3 things. Liquids, Fat, and Sugar. Liquids and Fat are the most easily heated. If you are trying to heat oatmeal with no water or anything, it will not he…at up because it does not contain much Fat or Water so it will not heat up. Just like trying to heat up a napkin.