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|Title:||X-ray tube made by A.L. Rogers|
|Abstract:||X-ray tube made by A.L. Rogers for Professor W.H. Bragg in early 1896, closely following the discovery of x-rays by Rontgen. This is believed to be the first successful attempt to make an x-ray tube in Australia,|
University of Adelaide
|Description:||From the Bragg research papers compiled by John Jenkin MSS 0144.|
|Appears in Collections:||Research labs and equipment|
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