X-rays: the first hundred years
The discovery of x-rays has revolutionized many areas of 20th century science. This book commemorates the 100th anniversary of the discovery of x-rays by Wilhelm Rontgen in 1895. Eminent scientists review historical aspects & discuss modern techniques & applications.
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