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PHYSICIST WILLIAM BRAGG

Physicist Sir William Bragg, Nobel prizewinner for his work on X-ray diffraction, lights a candle in an experiment in London, England, Feb. 11, 1936. The candle flame flashed across the Atlantic in a split second to turn on the lights in the new home of the New York Museum of Science and Industry in the Rockefeller Center. Bragg sits at the desk at which Michael Farday labored a hundred years previously to give the world electricity. (AP Photo)

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February 11, 1936 03:00:00 AM
July 01, 2003 06:09:27 PM
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WILLIAM BRAGG WILLIAM HENRY BRAGG
LONDON, ENGLAND
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