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Which kind of pot would be better to use on a halogen cooktop?



A. A shiny stainless steel pot


B. A black cast iron pot


C. It's equally OK to use either as long as you adjust the thickness so that the heat conduction is the same.

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    I have no idea what a halogen cooktop might be. I suspect it radiates to heat. (halogen bulbs radiate heat, infrared, as well as light) However if you want something to absorb radiation and heat up, make it black, not a reflector.

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    google search result:
    http://www.ehow.com/info_7736141_type-pans-radiant-cooktop.html

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