Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen was the first scientist to:
a. Produce x-rays.
b. Recognize what x-rays were and what they could do.
c. Use x-rays in foreign body localization.
d. Use manipulators to assist in the positioning of the patient.
William Conrad Roentgen noticed that barium platinocyanide crystals would
_____ when struck by the energy from the Crookes' partial vacuum tube
d. Become invisible.
Roentgen had his wife place her hand on top of a fluorescing screen on which he
had placed a piece of light-sensitive film:
b. In order to identify a suspected fracture.
c. So that the world would recognize the potential value of his discovery.
d. To gain funding for further experiments.
1895 in a treatise entitled ____________________________, and was awarded
the first Nobel Prize in Physics in 1901 for his discovery.
a. "On a New Kind of Photography."
b. "In Search of the Phantom Rays."
d. "On a New Kind of Ray."