Röntgen, Wilhelm Conrad

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Röntgen, Wilhelm Conrad:

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, 1845–1923, German physicist. His notable research in many fields of physics, especially thermology, mechanics, and electricity, has been overshadowed by his discovery
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8, 1895, when German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen discovered the x-ray.
Ever since Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen produced and detected electromagnetic radiation in a wavelength range known as X-rays almost 120 years ago, radiology has become fundamental to diagnostics and integral to the science of medicine.
National Radiologic Technology Week commemorates the anniversary of the x-ray's discovery by Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen on November 8, 1895 and is celebrated annually to recognize the vital work of radiologic technicians.
Elements 110 and 111, discovered in 1994, have been named darmstadtium (Ds) and roentgenium (Rg), after, respectively, the German town where they were first synthesized, and the discoverer of x-rays, Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen.
In 1895, Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen had published a paper on the discovery of X-rays.
The paper on mammographic computer-aided diagnosis by Padayachee, Alport (Department of physics, University of KwaZulu-Natal) and Rae (Department of Medical Physics, University of the Free State) is a reminder that radiology was founded by Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen, himself a physicist.
Each year in November, the month when Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen discovered the x-ray, R.
In 1901, Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen was awarded the first Nobel Prize in physics for his work.
Fluorescence created by x-ray radiation was discovered in 1895 in Wurzburg, Germany, by physicist Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen.
1895: Professor Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen carried out the first ever X-ray: ProfessorRoentgen was a highly unremarkable German physicist who specialised in the areas of thermology, mechanics and electricity.
Established by the ASRT in 1979, NRTW commemorates the discovery of the x-ray by German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen on Nov.