Published: Jan 1943
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In radium radiography, the apparatus used is simple compared with X-ray apparatus, and secondary radiation is relatively unimportant. However, there is still a considerable difference between the good quality of radiographs obtained with a suitable choice of apparatus carefully arranged and the poor quality that can result from unsuitable apparatus and careless arrangement.
Ball, L. W.
Research Physicist, Triplett & Barton, Inc., Burbank, Calif
Draper, D. R.
Radiographer, Inspection Board, United Kingdom and Canada, Ottawa, Ont