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History of the X-Ray

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lucas chini

on 12 February 2014

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Transcript of History of the X-Ray

Who was the artifacts original inventor and when was it invented?
Which area of technology best classifies the X-Ray?
It has helped doctors find the best way to treat a patient.
How has this product impacted society in a positive way?
The way X-Rays relate to STEM is...
What are some of the innovation that this product has undergone since its original invention?
It is now used for more purposes, they can change density, and machine has a new shape.
The inventor was Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen. It was made in 1895.
What is your artifact?
The X-Ray
History of the X-Ray
By: Hannah Rud, Lucas Chini

To look inside peoples body without having to preform a surgery.
What is the purpose of your artifact?
Today it is used to inspect peoples bones. It was invented by accident, and it was first used for surgery.
How was it used when originally invented? How is it used today?
They can cause radiation sickness if exposed for a long time.
How has this product impacted society in a negative way?
Science- Discovery of ultraviolet light
Technology- Creating a device that sees peoples bones without surgery
Engineering- Designing a device with ultraviolet light
Math- Amount of light, distance from the ground, size of machine
All bodies are transparent to this agent... For brevity's sake I shall use the expression 'rays'; and to distinguish them from others of this name I shall call them 'X-Rays'
-Wilhelm Roentgen
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