Plastics in the Microwave Oven CE 435. Presented by:Daniel Fulcher Christopher Hunter Martin Schaefer April 17, 2001. Introduction. U.S. households owning a microwave oven increased from 15% in 1980 to 78% by 1989
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Plastics in the Microwave OvenCE 435
Presented by:Daniel Fulcher
April 17, 2001
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