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Barkla, Charles Glover (1877–1944)

Charles Barkla
Charles Barkla was a British physicist who was awarded the 1917 Nobel Prize in Physics for his discovery that elements have a characteristic X-ray spectrum, which enables them to be identified. He also formulated laws governing the scattering of X-rays and their transmission through solids.

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