2 edition of Bibliography of the polarized dropping mercury electrode. found in the catalog.
Bibliography of the polarized dropping mercury electrode.
Leeds and Northrup Company.
At head of title: Bibliography E-94 (1)
|LC Classifications||Z5524.E36 L4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||41021000|
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The listing of the book Shamoo et al in the Bibliography section has a link to a Google Books page which goes to a different book: Undead Science by Bart Simon. ☺ Coppertwig. An electron dropping from the L- to the K-shell of rhodium would emit a 20 keV photon.
A copper beam-hardening filter would produce scattered X-rays of about 10 keV. An EM wave is, as I said above, time varying electric and magnetic fields which propogate through empty space (unlike most waves) and has a speed which is independent of the speed of the source or observer, independent of the frequency or wavelength or amplitude of the wave.
So all EM waves are fields.