Can Loud Sounds Actually Cook Things? The Sound to Heat Experiment

In this experiment I test out if you can heat things up with sound waves! I start off with low frequency 20 Hz and then turn up the frequency higher and higher to try to cook an egg just from sound! I talk about sound waves and how frequency is related to the energy of the wave.

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