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Sir Arthur Schuster, The bones of a frog, viewed through x-ray; revealing a healing fracture on one of the hind legs. Photoprint from radiograph after Sir Arthur Schuster, 1896., 1895, X-ray, Wellcome Collection, Wellcome Library, London (V0029531, Library reference no.: ICV No 30011), LL/36727
 
X-rays
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Introduction
328.01   Introduction to X-rays
Early users of x-rays
328.02   Wilhelm Konrad Röntgen: X-rays
328.03   Eder & Valenta: Versuche über Photographie mittelst der Röntgen'schen Strahlen (1896)
328.04   Sir Arthur Schuster: X-rays
X-rays and art photography
328.05   Manuel Alvarez Bravo: Lucrecia - Classic Theme
328.06   Dain L. Tasker: X-rays of flowers
328.07   Professor Albert Richards: X-rays of Flowers
328.08   Sandra J. Raredon (NMNH): X-Rays of fish
 
  
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