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There are quite a few sites out there that do this type of research. Following the links below will lead you to a few of them, and a few other sites that I think are cool.
This article, Smelting in a Microwave
is what got me interested in the whole idea of placing different things inside a microwave to see what would happen. Originally, I wanted to just do normal metal work in the microwave, then I found out that that is harder then the article makes it sound, and it quickly evolved into putting other things in the microwave.
Everyday Practical Electronics
, is a magazine that we were featured in in their May 2006 issue. Just a little blurb about us, what we do, and such. Very nice, getting published in a real magazine.
is another site that features some microwaving experiments. Many of them we have tried, and the results we got weren't as favorable as theirs. Still worth a look if you get a chance.
is not so much a microwaving site, but a very good site which I have been a fan of for a few years. We've done a few things for them, and they've posted a few things of ours.
Scott over at Randsco.com
developed the Photo Zoom feature that I use on just about every page on the site. I was having issues with it, and he helped me out. He has a great site, and you should check it out.