Who invented the x-ray


German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen was a man who invented the x-ray in 8 November 1895. In 1901 Rontgen got a Nobel Prize in Paris for his invention of x ray. X-rays are electromagnetic radiation. Radiation is low and hardly can do serious damage. Of course to sensitive living tissue x-ray can do some side effects which can be nausea, a metallic taste, hives, itching, lightheadedness or a feeling of flushing or warmth.
Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen (1815 – 1923) astounded scientists at his first public demonstration of newly discovered x-rays on January 23, 1896. The discovery of x ray gave medical men around the world a valuable diagnostic tool and industrial applications were made with x rays all over the globe.

Who invented the x-ray

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