International Laws
English Spelling and Pronunciation

What happens if cold fusion occurs in your microwave?


Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2013-03-29 11:43:05
2013-03-29 11:43:05

You will have experienced the impossible.


Related Questions

I think you mean "Cold Fusion" It is the (currently) hypothetical nuclear fusion reaction which happens at ambient temperatures?

Cold fusion has not been verified. There are no known fusion products of this process.

Cold Fusion - Doctor Who - was created in 1996.

No, normally it occurs at temperatures of millions of degrees. It does occur at room temperature, but not in significant amount; any possible practical use of "cold fusion" is, so far, speculation.

Food can be defrosted under cold water, or in the microwave (although microwave settings vary), or ideally in the refrigerator.

the microwave heats cold stuff up!it microwaves food from other nights

neither cold fusion nor warp fields exist.

Cold Fusion - 2011 is rated/received certificates of: Germany:16 Singapore:PG13

The depends on what is meant by cold fusion. Cold fusion is nuclear fusion at low temperature, possibly room temperature, and this has been achieved. Cold fusion is sometimes spoken of as a way to produce power from nuclear fusion, and this has not been achieved, as far as we know. The Fleischman-Pons experiments, which were regarded as promising for power production, could not be replicated, and are widely regarded as being an example of experimenters being misled by false results. Cold fusion has been achieved in at least one other system, but not in a way that has practical value for energy production. Muon-catalyzed fusion has been shown to work with different sorts of apparatus, but it takes more energy to accomplish than it uses. There have been confidence scams associated with cold fusion. Anyone considering investing in cold fusion should be cautious.

Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons proposed cold fusion in 1989, although it was proven to be an invalid concept that did not work.

"Cold fusion" refers to fusion at (or near) room temperature, rather than the millions of degrees that are normally required. This has not been achieved so far - at least, not to any significant degree.

"Hot" nuclear fusion (this is not the term normally used) is exactly what the name implies, the materials are heated, which provides them with enough energy to overcome the normal repulsion of protons. Cold nuclear fusion requires no heating and has not yet been proved, although dozens of Physicists and Electro-Chemists have claimed to have created cold fusion. Cold Fusion relies on other forces, such as pressure, to overcome the electrostatic force of repulsion.

The idea of nuclear fusion occurring at room temperature is called cold fusion.

When temperature inversion occurs, cold air underlies warmer air at higher altitudes.

the cold which occurs common

It is 100% less likely, since we already have 'normal' fusion.

to warm food up when it becomes cold

that depends on how cold or frozen you pie is and the time or how much power you setted the microwave

No, but spinning any food in a microwave will make it cook better. Avoids cold spots.

None. Cold fusion has never successfully been done. People claimed to have done it, but it was a lie and it has been debunked as bad science.

Cold fusion is a hypothetical type of nuclear reaction. It is un known howvere it is persumed that it would occur at, or near, room temperature, unlike with temperatures in the millions of degrees that is required for what is called "hot" fusion.

microwave to keep it hot and fridge to keep it cold

It is generally thought that reports of cold fusion made in the past were in error, for one reason or another. It seems unlikely from theory. There is a Wikipedia article if you want to read it.

It help us to reheat things that are cold

In a desert. Onion -skin weathering only occurs where it is warm in the day, and cold at night. This happens, because when the rock gets hot, it expands, and when it gets cold, it contracts.

Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.