Dartmouth College professor Victor Petrenko has developed a de-icing system for autos that heats just the ice, not the windshield. Petrenko has embedded electrodes made of indium tin oxide in a windshield and has hooked them to a power converter that takes DC current and turns it into high-frequency alternating current. The ice is heated in much the same way that a microwave heats water. The Dartmouth professor claims the system is much faster than conventional defrosters and uses only ...
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