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Arsenic X Ray Plate 1900's

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Arsenic is a natural soluble substance found in the soil, this can then be absorbed by plants- making them poisonous.
An English man W L Bragg along with his father W H Bragg established X Ray Crystallography, (this discovery was made shortly after Max von Laue discovered X Ray diffraction). Arsenic was one of the crystals they used to diffract the wavelengths.

15th Apr 2009

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