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Nature volume 154, page 665 (25 November 1944) | Download Citation



MR. W. MCADAM ECCLES, consulting surgeon to St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, has prepared a statement urging that an international effort should be made to agree on a standard term to be used for the photogram produced by X-rays. He quotes no less than nineteen words which have been used in connexion with "a negative produced upon a film sensitive to the action of X-rays". Chronologically they are:

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