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Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen


Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, a German engineer and physicist, produced and detected electromagnetic radiation in a wavelength range known as X-rays or Röntgen rays. For this discovery and other accomplishments such as winning the 1901 Nobel Prize in Physics, the element 111, roentgenium was named in his honor.

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Carolyn Filippelli
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This guide presents resources useful for radiography.  Please feel free to contact me by chat, e-mail, phone, or directly at the library if you need additional information.  My contact information is linked in the side box on this page.