, (the son of Abraham Roentgen
, who founded the company in Germany in the mid-18th century,) was an enterprising salesman, who knew all about these things, and was a man who set his sights on Europe''s wealthiest collectors generally drawn from the aristocracy.
Estudiando las descargas electricas en un tubo tapado, en el cual se habia hecho el vacio, Roentgen
advirtio que al conectarlo en una habitacion a oscuras, en la mesa de al lado habia comenzado a brillar un trozo de papel de platinocianuro de bario que estaba alli por casualidad, o sea que no formaba parte del experimento (serendipia).
discovered X-rays by accident while experimenting with vacuum tubes and they quickly became one of doctors' most valuable tools.
The narrow wing of the library and meeting rooms is placed along Via Roentgen
, separated from the offices by a long, top-lit Piranesian stairwell bisected by bridges, landings and breakout spaces.
was to what the Consistency, Accuracy, Responsibility and Excellence lence in Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy bill is.
Highlight of the week was a field trip to the Roentgen
Museum to learn about Conrad Roentgen
and his discovery of the X-ray.
Physics Professor Wilhelm Roentgen
(RENT-gen) is studying rays from an early vacuum tube.
Starting with the discoveries of X rays by Wilhelm Roentgen
and of radium by Marie Curie, this book traces the path that led to the detonation of an atomic bomb over Hiroshima, on August 6, 1945.
Parker said at the annual meeting of the American Roentgen
Birchard said at the annual meeting of the American Roentgen
Studies of the Dynamics of the Cervical Spine.
MORE THAN 100 YEARS AGO, Wilhelm Roentgen
waved his hand through a stream of X-rays and saw his bones silhouetted on a screen across the room.