The results of experimental studies on defrosting of cryopreserved bioproducts, production of porous noncombustible materials from liquid glass that could fi nd extensive use in construction, and drying of casting rods in SHF ovens applying microwave heating are reported.
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Sister, V.G., Ivannikova, E.M., Kirshankova, E.V. et al. Ecologically Clean Technological Treatment of Materials Using Superhigh Frequency Technique. Chem Petrol Eng 51, 379–382 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10556-015-0055-7
- SHF technique
- ecologically clean technologies
- microwave heating