Physicist Wilhelm Röntgen, born March 27, 1845, detected wavelength electromagnetic radiation, resulting in the discovery of x-rays.

Physicist Wilhelm Röntgen, born March 27, 1845, detected wavelength electromagnetic radiation, resulting in the discovery of x-rays.

Wilhelm Rontgen Nobel Laureate-1901 Nationality : German Fields        : Physics Born : 27 March,1845 Died : 10th Feb,1923

Wilhelm Rontgen Nobel Nationality : German Fields : Physics Born : 27 Died :

Grave of Wilhelm Röntgen at Alter Friedhof (old cemetery) in Gießen

Grave of Wilhelm Röntgen at Alter Friedhof (old cemetery) in Gießen

Wilhelm Röntgen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wilhelm Röntgen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

January 05, 1896 – An Austrian newspaper reports that Wilhelm Röntgen has discovered a type of radiation later known as X-rays.

January 05, 1896 – An Austrian newspaper reports that Wilhelm Röntgen has discovered a type of radiation later known as X-rays.

First medical X-ray by Wilhelm Röntgen of his wife Anna Bertha Ludwig's hand

First medical X-ray by Wilhelm Röntgen of his wife Anna Bertha Ludwig's hand

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Wilhelm Röntgen

Wilhelm Röntgen

Semiotic apocalypse | Wilhelm Röntgen, who earned the first Nobel Prize in Physics in 1901 for his work with X-rays, c. 1900. - See more at: http://semioticapocalypse.tumblr.com

Semiotic apocalypse | Wilhelm Röntgen, who earned the first Nobel Prize in Physics in 1901 for his work with X-rays, c. 1900. - See more at: http://semioticapocalypse.tumblr.com

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Shortly after Wilhelm Röntgen announced his discovery of X-rays, Josef Maria Eder and Eduard Valenta produced their portfolio of prints using the new technology.

Shortly after Wilhelm Röntgen announced his discovery of X-rays, Josef Maria Eder and Eduard Valenta produced their portfolio of prints using the new technology.

8 December 1994 -  The 111th chemical element, named Roentgenium after physicist Wilhelm Röntgen, is created by a group of scientists in Darmstadt, Germany. The element was synthesised by bombarding an isotope of bismuth with the nuclei of a nickel isotope. From this reaction only one atom of roentgenium was detected, however the synthesis was considered a success. #HistSci  © vchal/Getty Images

8 December 1994 - The 111th chemical element, named Roentgenium after physicist Wilhelm Röntgen, is created by a group of scientists in Darmstadt, Germany. The element was synthesised by bombarding an isotope of bismuth with the nuclei of a nickel isotope. From this reaction only one atom of roentgenium was detected, however the synthesis was considered a success. #HistSci © vchal/Getty Images

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