Black and white photographic print, showing secondary electrons produced in air by gamma-rays

Made:
1912-1937

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Photograph showing secondary electrons produced in air by gamma-rays (from a photo lent by Prof. C.T.R. Wilson, F.R.S.)
Charles Thomson Rees Wilson. Enquiries to Science Museum, London
Charles Thomson Rees Wilson. Enquiries to Science Museum, London

Photograph showing secondary electrons produced in air by gamma-rays (from a photo lent by Prof. C.T.R. Wilson, F.R.S.)
Charles Thomson Rees Wilson. Enquiries to Science Museum, London
Charles Thomson Rees Wilson. Enquiries to Science Museum, London

Black and white photographic print, from a photo lent by Prof. C.T.R. Wilson, F.R.S.) (see Royal Society's Proceedings, "A", Vol. 87, plate 7, No. 2 1912) and display label, mounted on passe partout board minus frame, showing secondary electrons produced in air by gamma-rays, by Science Museum Photographer, South Kensington, London, England, 1933-1937

Details

Category:
Nuclear Physics
Object Number:
1937-741
Materials:
cardboard, paper (fibre product)
type:
label
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
  • photograph
  • positive - photograph
  • photographic print
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
Science Museum Photographer
status:
Permanent collection

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