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Induction cooking - Wikipedia


Induction cooking heats a cooking vessel by magnetic induction, instead of by thermal ..... Aluminum or copper alone does not work on an induction stove because of the materials' magnetic and el...

How do induction cooktops work? - Explain that Stuff


Feb 12, 2016 ... An easy-to-understand introduction to induction cooktops and how they compare with other methods of cooking.

How Induction Cooktops Work | HowStuffWorks


Do you crave the simplicity and rapid heating of electric stoves but long for more ... Induction cooktops boast speed surpassing electric, temperature response ...

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Jan 28, 2010 ... GE Appliances demonstrates that induction cooking is a two-part system. ... an iron-based core are both required for induction cooktops to work.

How an Induction Cooktop Works - Fine Cooking


Thus, on an induction cooktop, the heat is coming not from the burner, but the ... The drawback is that only pans made from iron will work with induction stoves.

How does induction cooking work? | Reference.com


Induction cooking works by setting up a magnetic field that causes the electrons in iron or steel cookware to vibrate, which creates heat. Because iron-containing  ...

The Pros and Cons of Induction Cooking - The New York Times


Apr 6, 2010 ... Induction cooking has been around for decades, but only recently has demand ... “The most basic forms of cooking, a stir-fry or searing, I actually find rather difficult to do. ... If it sticks to the bottom, it will work on her stove.

How Induction Stoves Work – How Induction Happens


Jul 23, 2010 ... Induction cooktops use electromagnets, conductors, resistance and high- frequency currents to fry eggs at warp speed. Heres how they work.

Pros and Cons - The Induction Site


The commonest such materials used for cooking vessels are ... all makers whose products do work, which includes a lot, ...

How do you induction cookers work?| Explore | physics.org


Induction cookers are a great example of electromagnetism in action. Induction cookers exploit properties of pots made with some proportion of iron by heating ...