The Nature of γ and X-Rays

@article{BraggTheNO,
  title={The Nature of $\gamma$ and X-Rays},
  author={W. Bragg},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={77},
  pages={270-271}
}
IN a letter to NATURE of October 31, 1907 (vol. lxxvi., p. 661), a copy of which arrived here recently, Mr. Barkla criticises a paper of mine which was published in the Philosophical Magazine for October. In that paper I tried to show how closely the properties of γ and X-rays were in agreement with the hypothesis that they consisted mainly at least of neutral pairs, and I pointed out that even the peculiar polarisation effects which Mr. Barkla had shown to exist might be explained, not… Expand
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