Excerpt from Radiography and the 'X' Rays: In Practice and Theory With Constructional and Manipulatory Details
IN the following pages, an attempt has been made to give a clear and trustworthy account of the steps that have led up to the discovery and application of those elec... tric waves that are now known as 'x' rays. Every care has been taken to treat the subject with lucidity and accuracy, and to this end nearly every one of the statements made has been verified by personal experiment. Where this has been im possible of execution, the source of the statement, or the name of the experimenter, has been given. Con siderable prominence has been given to constructional details and measurements, with the View of facilitat ing the student in making the apparatus necessary. No sensational matter, or far-fetched applications of radiography, insufficiently confirmed, have been ad mitted into this work; but full and at the same time clear explanations have been given, which, it is hoped, will render the subject easy of comprehension.
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