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Who Invented Microwave Oven
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The Credit of inventing microwave oven goes to an American engineer and inventor Percy LeBaron Spencer. In 1945, Spencer created a device to cook food using microwave radiation. In 1947 a commercial oven was being sold by Raytheon. The first microwave oven was called the Radarange. The first microwave oven weighed a hefty 750 pounds and stood five feet, six inches. It was large, expensive, and had a power of 1600 watts. The first domestic microwave oven was produced in 1967 by Amana (a division of Raytheon) marking the beginning of the use of microwave ovens in home kitchens.
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