Tubes for the Production of Röntgen Rays

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    MANY and various are the forms of the bulbs and tubes employed for the production of Röntgen rays, as may be seen from the designs that are represented in the accompanying illustration from La Nature. Different experimenters favour different tubes, and believe that the forms they use possess advantages over all others. Up to the present, however, it may be said that three processes are utilised in the production of Röntgen rays.

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    Tubes for the Production of Röntgen Rays. Nature 55, 296–297 (1897) doi:10.1038/055296b0

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