A. Bragg's earliest diagram of the diffraction of X-rays by a crystal (after Bragg 1913: fig. 2); B. The model demonstrating how diffraction can produce the elliptical patterns that correspond to positions of spots on the X-ray photographs such as 9A (after Bragg 1933: fig. 19).

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  • European: Ancient to 400 C.E.
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  • Figure 10B A. Bragg's earliest diagram of the diffraction of X-rays by a crystal (after Bragg 1913: fig. 2); B. The model demonstrating how diffraction can produce the elliptical patterns that correspond to positions of spots on the X-ray photographs such as 9A (after Bragg 1933: fig. 19).