Crookes X-Ray Photographic Negative

Made:
1896-01-20 in London
maker:
Unknown

X-ray photographic negative taken in Sir William Crookes' laboratory on 20th January 1896. One of two x-ray glass negatives taken at the time, the first to be made in Sir William Crookes laboratory, London, England, on 20th Jan. 1896, using a Crookes tube made in 1879.

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Category:
X-rays
Object Number:
1920-359/3
Materials:
glass, photographic image (silver salts)
type:
x-ray
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
  • photographic equipment
credit:
Executors of Sir William Crookes
status:
Permanent collection

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