Rev Phase Media
Rev Phase Media refers to microwave chemistry, which is a subfield of the chemical sciences which studies the application of microwave radiation to chemical reactions. In microwave chemistry, microwaves act as high-frequency electric fields, generally heating any material that contains mobile electric charges, like conducting ions in a solid or polar molecules in a solvent. The polar solvents are then heated as their molecular compositions are forced to rotate with the field and lose energy in collisions. When ions or electrons within semiconducting and conducting samples heat up, an electric current is formed, causing energy to be lost due to the electrical resistance of the chemical material.