A Powerful Röntgen Ray Tube with a Pure Electron Discharge [in] The Physical Review Second Series, Vol. I, No. 6, December, 1913. William Coolidge.
A Powerful Röntgen Ray Tube with a Pure Electron Discharge [in] The Physical Review Second Series, Vol. I, No. 6, December, 1913

A Powerful Röntgen Ray Tube with a Pure Electron Discharge [in] The Physical Review Second Series, Vol. I, No. 6, December, 1913

Lancaster, PA & Ithaca, NY: Published for the American Physical Society, 1913.

First edition. Complete issue, pp. [409]-536. Bound without wraps in green cloth with leather spine lettered in gilt. Pages toned, light corner creasing to several terminal leaves and light soiling to final page, Near Fine.

Contains the paper "A Powerful Röntgen Ray Tube with a Pure Electron Discharge" by William Coolidge on pp. [409]-430. The invention of the Coolidge tube is announced in this paper, which was the predecessor to all type of common x-ray tubes used today, and remains the single most important development in radiology technology. Item #140940038

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