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When electronics was young - part 9

Based on a Labs project | October 2011 | Find it here
When electronics was young - part 9
In 1895, the German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen (1845–1923) accidentally discovered a kind of radiation whose nature he could not determine, and which he therefore called X-rays. He experimented with burst ionization and used for this purpose a screen covered with a thin film of fluorescent material [BaPt(CN)4].
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