State Four Most Common Electrical Appliances Based on Heating Effect of Electric Current. Why Do We Use Finely Heated Platinum Wire in Surgery? - Science and Technology 1

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State four most common electrical appliances based on heating effect of electric current. Why do we use finely heated platinum wire in surgery?

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The four most common appliances based on the heating effect of electrical current are electric iron, electric heater, electric oven and electric toaster. Finely heated platinum wire is used in surgery for cutting tissues much more efficiently than a knife.

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2014-2015 (March)

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