C.G. Barkla and the J Phenomenon: A Case Study in the Treatment of Deviance in Physics

@article{Wynne1976CGBA,
  title={C.G. Barkla and the J Phenomenon: A Case Study in the Treatment of Deviance in Physics},
  author={Brian Wynne},
  journal={Social Studies of Science},
  year={1976},
  volume={6},
  pages={307 - 347}
}
  • Brian Wynne
  • Published 1976
  • Sociology
  • Social Studies of Science
'average wavelength' parameter was often derived from the absorption coefficient parameter, because this allowed the use of concepts developed during research on light to be employed to think about the behaviour of X-rays. The penetrating power relationship was summed up in the equation: 

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