All physics-related items are listed below. Each category's experiment items are listed in the order of when they were microwaved, starting with the earliest experiment onward. For electronic experiments that use both the physics and chemistry principles of battery reactions, semiconductors, quantum mechanics, and more, see the "technology" category on the main page of the Microwave Flow Chart or the "technology" part of the Modern/Quantum Physics category below.

Classical/Newtonian Physics

Kinetics/Newtonian motion/gravity:

  • Newton's cradle
  • Drinking bird
  • Slap Chop (handle)
  • Shake Weight


  • Types of (classical) light bulbs
  1. Light bulb
  2. Christmas lights
  3. Light bulb/soy sauce/toothpaste
  4. Lava lamp
  5. Car headlight
  6. Projector bulb
  7. Siren light
  8. 146 flash bulbs
  9. Gathering items (night light)
  10. VidCon light bulbs
  11. Lava lamp (season 9)
  • Other electrical items
  1. All microwave girls
  2. Blender
  3. Toaster
  4. Electric toothbrush
  5. Electric blanket
  6. Voltage meter and capacitors
  7. George Foreman Grill
  8. Iron
  9. Electric fan
  10. Electric razors


  • Diane's parts
  • Magnets and lodestone magnet
  • Copper wire and solder

Electromagnetic radiation:

  • All the microwave girls
  • Diane's microwave parts
  • Black light (UV radiation)
  • Microwave detector


  • Mirror
  • Sunglasses

Sound waves (natural):

  • Guitar strings
  • Drum skins
  • Harmonica and ukulele


  • Newton's cradle
  • Galileo Thermometer

Modern/Quantum Physics

Quantized energy states in atoms

  • Giant mercury light bulb
  • Plasma globe
  • Black light
  • Gigantic mercury vapor light bulb
  • Fluorescent lights
  • 400-watt sodium bulb
  • Neon flicker bulbs
  • Xenon bulb


  • CD
  • 15 CDs
  • Laser disc
  • Portable DVD player
  • Momento DVD
  • Laser pointers
  • Many other electronic pieces of technology

Non-laser semiconductors/band theory

  • Hard drive
  • Motherboard
  • LED stuff
  • Amplifier board
  • Gathering items (circuit board)
  • All other electronic pieces of technology


  • Wrist watch
  • LCD clock
  • DeLorean
  • Hourglass


  • Smoke detector
  • Microwave detector


  • LCD clock (crystal vibration)

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