The Nature of X-Rays

@article{BraggTheNO,
  title={The Nature of X-Rays},
  author={W. Bragg},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={78},
  pages={665-665}
}
IT is, of course, true that my letter (dated June 5) to which Dr. Barkla refers was written before I had had the opportunity of studying Dr. Barkla's latest results. A portion of my argument was based on his earlier work, and may need a little alteration in consequence. I have myself found by recent experiment that his older statements needed amendment. For example, the emergence and incidence secondary Röntgen radiations differ both in quality and quantity; the former is sometimes far greater… Expand
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