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Further Reading

Adams, Steve, Frontiers: Twentieth Century Physics, Taylor & Francis, 2000.

Frontiers is a history of developments in the field of physics in the twentieth century.

Folsing, Albrecht, Albert Einstein: A Biography, Viking, 1997.

This is a biography of Albert Einstein, the famous physicist who put forth the theory of relativity. Marie Curie was acquainted with Einstein.

Michette, Alan, and Slawka Pfauntsch, eds., X-Rays: The First Hundred Years, John Wiley & Sons, 1996.

This is a history of the scientific developments and practical uses of the X-ray in the century since it was invented by Wilhelm Roentgen.

Strathern, Paul, Curie and Radioactivity, Anchor Books, 1999.

This history focuses on the important research and discoveries of Marie and Pierre Curie in the study of radioactivity.

Winkler, Kathy, Radiology, Benchmark Books, 1996.

This book gives an introduction to and history of, radioactive imaging techniques for medical purposes, beginning with the discovery of the X-ray in the nineteenth century...

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