If it hadn’t been for chocolate, we wouldn’t have the microwave

Did you know that the way in which the microwave works was discovered by chance thanks to a melted bar of chocolate? You can learn how this happened here in the magazine.

Ohne Schokolade Gaebe Es Keine Mikrowelle

In 1945, the American engineer and inventor Percy Spencer was renowned for his radar systems. During his research, he noticed that the bar of chocolate he was carrying in his trouser pocket had begun to melt. Spencer looked into this curiosity more closely and discovered that the microwave radiation given off by the radar equipment generated heat. A remarkable discovery that led to the invention of the microwave.

04. October 2016