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  1. Röntgen Rays: Memoirs by Röntgen, Stokes, and J. J. Thomson by George Frederick Barker, Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, 2010-04-21
  2. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen. Aufbruch ins Innere der Materie. by Albrecht Fölsing, 2002-03-01
  3. Zur Geschichte Der Physik an Der Iniversität Würzburg: Festrede Zur Feier Des Dreihundert Und Zwölften Stiftungstages Der Julius-Maximilians-Universität, Gehalten Am 2Ten Januar 1894 (German Edition) by Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, 2010-02-28
  4. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen und die Geschichte der Röntgenstrahlen (German Edition) by Otto Glasser, 1995-05-02
  5. W.C. Röntgens grundlegende abhandlungen über die X-strahlen: Zum siebzigsten geburtstag des verfassers, herausgegeben von der Physikalisch-medizinischen ... in Würzburg. Mit 1 porträt (German Edition) by Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, 1915-01-01
  6. 100 Jahre Röntgenstrahlen. Ausstellung aus Anlaß der Entdeckung der Röntgenstrahlen in Würzburg. by Wilhelm Conrad] [Röntgen, 1995
  7. Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen and the Early History of the Roentgen Rays by Otto Glasser, 1993-03-01
  8. Ehrenbürger Von Würzburg: Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, Jakob Von Hartmann, Liste Der Ehrenbürger Von Würzburg, Friedrich Von Luxburg (German Edition)
  9. Hochschullehrer (Hohenheim): Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, Heinrich Wilhelm von Pabst, Hans-Peter Blume, Ernst Klapp, Gerhard Michael (German Edition)
  10. Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen by unknown, 1973
  11. Nobelpreisträger Für Physik: Marie Curie, Richard Feynman, Liste Der Nobelpreisträger Für Physik, Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, Werner Heisenberg (German Edition)
  12. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen and the Discovery of X Rays by bern dibner, 1968
  13. Ehrenbürger Von Remscheid: Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, Otto von Bismarck als Ehrenbürger, Otto Intze, Heinrich von Stephan, Moritz Böker (German Edition)
  14. Der Blick in den Menschen. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen und seine Zeit by Angelika Schedel,

1. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen - Biography
Biographical sketch focuses on the work that led up to Rontgen's 1901 acceptance of the nobel Prize Category Kids and Teens School Time Scientists roentgen, wilhelm......wilhelm conrad Röntgen was born on March 27, 1845, at Lennep in the Lower RhineProvince of Germany, as the only child From nobel Lectures, Physics 19011921.
was born on March 27, 1845, at Lennep in the Lower Rhine Province of Germany, as the only child of a merchant in, and manufacturer of, cloth. His mother was Charlotte Constanze Frowein of Amsterdam, a member of an old Lennep family which had settled in Amsterdam.
When he was three years old, his family moved to Apeldoorn in The Netherlands, where he went to the Institute of Martinus Herman van Doorn, a boarding school. He did not show any special aptitude, but showed a love of nature and was fond of roaming in the open country and forests. He was especially apt at making mechanical contrivances, a characteristic which remained with him also in later life. In 1862 he entered a technical school at Utrecht, where he was however unfairly expelled, accused of having produced a caricature of one of the teachers, which was in fact done by someone else.
He then entered the University of Utrecht in 1865 to study physics. Not having attained the credentials required for a regular student, and hearing that he could enter the Polytechnic at Zurich by passing its examination, he passed this and began studies there as a student of mechanical engineering. He attended the lectures given by Clausius and also worked in the laboratory of Kundt. Both Kundt and Clausius exerted great influence on his development. In 1869 he graduated Ph.D. at the

2. Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen Winner Of The 1901 Nobel Prize In Physics
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  • 7. Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen The Discovery
    wilhelm conrad roentgen was born in Lennep, Germany, on 27 March 1845 IV04 1977 CentralAfrica stamp issued to commemorate roentgen's 1901 nobel Prize in

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    9. Roentgen, Wilhelm Conrad. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
    2001. roentgen, wilhelm conrad. by his discovery (1895) of a shortwave ray, theroentgen ray, or X ray, for which he received the first nobel Prize in
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    10. Roentgen X-ray Centennial
    wilhelm conrad roentgen Discovered x-rays on November 8, 1895 From roentgen CentenaryAustralia celebrates 100 years of x nobel Prizes for X-Rays A listing of
    Roentgen X-ray Centennial
    Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen 1995 marks the 100th anniversary of the discovery of X-rays by Wilhem Conrad Roentgen
    This tube is a glass bulb with positive and negative electrodes, evacuated of air, which displays a fluorescent glow when a high voltage current is passed though it. When he shielded the tube with heavy black cardboard, he found that a greenish fluorescent light could be seen from a platinobaium screen 9 feet away.
    He concluded that a new type of ray emitted from the tube, passed through the covering, and casted shadows of solid objects. The rays passes through most substances, including the soft tissues of the body, but left the bones and most metals visible. One of his earliest photographic plate from his experiments was a film of his wife, Bertha's hand with a ring, was produced on Friday, November 8, 1895.
    On Saturday, December 28, 1895 Roentgen submitted his first "provisorial" communication, Ueber eine nue Art von Strahlen The news spread rapidly through out the world. As early as February 8, 1896, X-rays were being used clinically the United States. in Dartmouth, Massachusetts when Edwin Brant Frost produced a plate of a Colles fracture in a man named Eddie McCarthy for his brother, Dr. Gilman Dubois Frost.
    Garrison, Fielding H., History of Medicine, W. B. Saunders, 1929

    11. Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen
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    Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen
    Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen Roentgen married Anna Bertha Ludwig on June 19, 1872. They had one adopted daughter. She died in 1919. He received the Nobel Prize in 1901. Roentgen refused to patent his discoveries and rejected all commercial offers relating to them. In his later years, he was embittered by the suggestion that he had taken credit for his laboratory assistant's discovery, and withdrew from public life. Roentgen died on February 10, 1923 of carcinoma of the rectum, and was buried beside his wife in the family grave in Giessen. Back to Roentgen X-ray Centennial

    12. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen - Biography
    wilhelm conrad Röntgen (b. March 27, 1845, Lennep, today part of Remscheid d.February German physicist, who was the recipient of the first nobel Prize for
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    Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen Discoverer of X-Ray's
    Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen (b. March 27, 1845, Lennep, today part of Remscheid - d. February 10, 1923, Munich), German physicist, who was the recipient of the first Nobel Prize for Physics, in 1901, for his discovery of X-ray's. Röntgen was professor of physics at the universities of Hohenheim (1875), Straßburg (1876-79), Gießen (1879-88), Würzburg (1888-1900) und Munich (1900-20). His research also included work on specific heats of gases, absorption of heat by gases, capillary action of fluids, elasticity, conduction of heat in crystals, and piezoelectricity. On November 8, 1895, while experimenting with a cathode-ray tube, Röntgen observed a new kind of rays which travelled through paper, wood, and aluminum and which he called X-radiation, which also became known as Röntgen radiation.
    A detailed biography can be found at the Nobel Foundation ROSAT (Röntgensatellit) was named in honor of Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen. 1995 marked the 100th anniversary of his discovery of X-rays.

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    Cliccando sull'immagine potete osservare il francobollo ingrandito These postage stamps are devoted to Wilhem Conrad Roentgen founder father of the radiology they commemorate varied events.
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    En cliquant sur l'image vous pouvez observer le timbre agrandi. Republica Federale Tedesca DFR 19..? - Commemorativo del premio nobel riporta un ritratto di Roentgen e a destra in alto un tubo di Muller. German Federal Republic DFR 19..? - Commemorative of the prize nobel brings a portrait of Roentgen and to the right aloft a tube of Muller. Republica Federal alemana DFR 19..? - Conmemorativo del premio nobel reconduce un retrato de Roentgen y a la derecha para arriba un tubo de Muller.

    15. Roentgen, Wilhelm Conrad
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    16. Wilhelm Röntgen - Wikipedia
    wilhelm conrad Röntgen (March 27 1845 February 10 1923 an Austrian newspaper reportedthat roentgen had discovered was awarded the very first nobel Prize inöntgen
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    (Redirected from Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen March 27 February 10 ) was a German physicist , of the University of Würzburg , who, on November 8 , produced wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation that are now called x-rays On January 5 , an Austrian newspaper reported that Roentgen had discovered a new type of radiation . Röntgen was awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Medicine from University of Würzburg after his discovery of x-rays. For this discovery he was awarded the very first Nobel Prize in Physics in . The award was officially, "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered by the discovery of the remarkable rays subsequently named after him." Röntgen donated the monetary reward from the prize to his university. Like Pierre Curie would do several years later he refused to take out any patents related to his discovery on moral grounds. He did not even want the rays to be named after him.

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    Translate this page wilhelm conrad roentgen. Tre settimane dopo roentgen diffuse la notizia della suascoperta il fatto di e nel 1901 gli fu assegnato il primo premio nobel per la
    WILHELM CONRAD ROENTGEN Roentgen aveva quarantatré anni quando divenne professore di fisica e direttore dell’Istituto di Fisica dell’Università di Wurzburg, una prospera cittadina bavarese; abitava con la moglie Bertha in un ampio appartamento al secondo piano dell’istituto che comprendeva uno studio comunicante con un laboratorio privato. Nel giugno 1894 cominciò a studiare i raggi catodici, a quel tempo argomento di ricerca molto popolare e la notte dell’8 novembre 1895 nel corso di uno dei suoi esperimenti giunse alla scoperta di un tipo di raggi di natura sconosciuta che chiamò "raggi X ". Tre settimane dopo Roentgen diffuse la notizia della sua scoperta: il fatto di poter vedere attraverso gli oggetti senza romperli e dentro il corpo umano destò grande scalpore. In conseguenza di ciò egli acquisì una grande fama e nel 1901 gli fu assegnato il primo premio Nobel per la fisica Roentgen morì nel 1923. ARGOMENTO TRATTATO DALLA PROF. PAOLA BOSCO, CURATO DALLO STUDENTE FONTANARI GIULIANO CLASSE 2A SERALE

    19. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen Roentgen Moll Lennep Apeldoorn
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    Between 1450 AD - 1750 AD and in particular during the Reformation members of this Moll family-tree moved to the eastern provinces of the Netherlands (Gelderland, Overijssel, Achterhoek) and the Unites States of America and settled there permanently. It is difficult , almost impossible, to establish familial connections between all these Molls.The name Moll is widely spread over Germany. For example, merely in the year 1797 in the village Hagen (near Lennep) with about 1800 inhabitants, 203 men of this village were mentioned by the surname Moll ! And, in a letter to the secretary of the Dutch Moll Magazine (1 oct. 1933) the pioneer of the Moll-genealogy in Germany, Prof. Dr. Ir.Friedrich Moll, biologist from Berlin, complains :" " The answer of the secretary (Dr.W.H.Moll) was :" " Nevertheless, familial relationship between Nobelprize winnar Professor Dr. Wilhelm Konrad "Evidence" indicates that the Nobel prize laureates Nico and Jan Tinbergen from Rotterdam are also related to members of this Moll-tree .Genealogical Research about this subject is not yet rounded off. .Before 1648, Lennep was part of the County

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    Wilhem Conrad Roentgen
    (Mar. 27, 1845 - Feb. 10, 1923)
    The discovery of X rays by the German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen meant an enormous progress for the medical diagnosis and therapy.
    Roentgen had a queer start into his scientific career, he was thrown out of school and couldn't get on any university. For this reason he studied engineering science at the Polytechnicum Zurich, Switzerland, and became the assisstent of the physicist August Kundt.
    Later he took a job at the university of Wuerzburg and in 1895 he became head of the physics department. There he made his great discovery.
    He observed that barium platinocyanide crystals across the room fluoresced whenever he turned on a Crooke's, or cathode-ray discharge, tube, even when the tube was shielded by black cardboard or thin metal sheets. Roentgen correctly hypothesized that a previously unknown form of radiation of very short wavelength was involved, and that these X rays (a term he coined) caused the crystals to glow.
    One of the first X ray images:
    the hand of Roentgen's wife He recognized that with help of those X rays photographies could be obtained that the human eye would not see otherwise, and he introduced his ideas on his first public reading on the subject in 1896, where he took a X ray from one of the visitors.

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