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The Cathode Ray Tube Invention

- The cathode ray tube was invented in 1875 by the name of Sir Williams Crooke. Yet he wasn’t the one to make the big discovery. In 1897, a man by the name of J.J. Thompson conducted a series of experiments to prove the existence of subatomic particles. He wasn’t 100% correct with all of his claims he made but broke the theory John Dalton stated that the smallest form matter could be broken down to was an atom. Having shown the world that there was smaller than an atom, it later caused others to question and dive even deeper....   [tags: Electron, Atom, Electric charge, Proton]

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Television : A Important Part Of Today 's Society

- Television is a very important part of today’s society. Without the invention of television, the world would be without many wonders, such as Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Here Comes Honey BooBoo, and Jersey Shore. More importantly, daily news, breaking updates, mass information, and quality programming would unaccessible to thousands, if not millions, of people. Television has changed the way information is spread and changed the way the world experiences entertainment. Although much has changed throughout the history of the television, the main point has stayed the same....   [tags: Television, Cathode ray tube]

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Wilhelm Rontgen and the Nobel Prize

- ... In 1869 he graduated at the University of Zurich, was appointed assistant to Kundt and went with him to Wurzburg in the same year, and three years later to Strasbourg. He died in the year of 1923. Wilhelm was the first ever to win a nobel prize in Physics, and the person who discovered X-Rays which were originally called Roentgen Rays. He made this discovery by doing tests with a cathode ray tube in his lab. He emptied the tube of all its air and then filled it with a special gas. Then he passed high volts of electricity through the tube similar to our modern day incandescent light bulbs....   [tags: cathode, ray, tube, engineering]

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Growth Of Digital Signage Of Retail : Turning Browsers Into Buyers

- Title - 1. Growth of Digital Signage in Retail: Turning Browsers Into Buyers 2. Rise of Future Retail: Embrace Digital Signage and Keep your Customers 3. Embrace Digital signage to Transform your Retail into Store of the Future Summary - Sales in Point of Purchase in retail can be increased with Digital Signage System. The fast the retailer will adopt the technology, the better position it will get in its industry. Body - From traditional cameras to digital cameras, from paper books to ebooks, from Vinyl Records to CDs and Mp3 - there is no denying the fact that digital age is quite sound and truly upon us....   [tags: Retailing, Sales, Advertising, Cathode ray tube]

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Case Study : Tower Maintenance And Cleaning

- Tower Maintenance and Cleaning Dust in the inside of a computer can create many computer hardware issues like causing heat to accumulate inside the computer case, warping of the hard drive disc, and causing kernel panics in the motherboard. Cleaning a desktop computer requires several tools and steps to ensure that it is thoroughly cleaned. Once the access panel is removed the internal hardware will be exposed, so it is important that technicians wear proper gloves and masks in addition to antistatic wear....   [tags: Personal computer, Computer, Cathode ray tube]

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Violent Video Games

- Did you know that the average amount of time an 8-18 American child spends on video games per week is 8 hours. That’s a more than a whole school day. Many kids today are spending more and more time on video games. Not only is it damaging to the brain and body, but it also can cause insanity and dementia. Many of the mass murderers of the past have been found to play violent video games. Teens should not be permitted to play violent video games to ensure that they will not become aggressive. The foundation of the first video games was the CRT....   [tags: teenagers, cathode ray tube, death race]

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Television : The Economical And Socio Economic Impacts On The Society

- “Television has done much for psychiatry by spreading information about it, as well as contributing to the need for it.” – Alfred Hitchcock (Hitchcock) The technology of Television or TV ushered in a new era of communication, entertainment, dissemination of knowledge, news and more. While the definition of Television comes from Ancient Greek τῆλε (tèle), meaning "far", and Latin visio, meaning "sight" (Wikipedia, 2015), the epigraph describes (however humorously) the broader implication of TV in the society....   [tags: Television, Cathode ray tube, Broadcasting, Radio]

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Factors That Affect The Density Of An X Ray Image

- Density can be defined as the overall blackness of an x-ray image. Factors that can change the density of an image include mA, time, and mass. Bushong describes these factors and their relationship with density. mA increases, density also increases. As time increases, density increases. As mass increases, density also increases1. These relationships are part of the foundation used to adjust density in order to get the best image possible. These factors are able to effect the density of an image by adjusting the amount of beams that are reaching the image receptor....   [tags: Water, Density, X-ray, Lead]

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- X-RAY LASER AND APPLICATIONS 1. Introduction Laser devices are popular technologies with large application in daily life and of crucial importance in the industry and modern research Labs. The fundamental idea of a Laser system emerged back in 1917 from a work by Einstein [1]. Basically, Einstein realized that an inversion of population from lower energy level to upper energy level of an atom could result in the amplification of incoming radiation. However, the first Laser system was only built in 1960 by Theodore Maiman [2]....   [tags: laser devices, laser technology]

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A guide to radiation exposure

- The effects of radiation can be hazardous to any part of the human body. In this guide I will explain the advantages, and disadvantages of x-ray radiation. I will also discuss the technological advances that we have today then of what we had the past on the human body during radiation exposure. I will explain preventions of exposure and safety precautions that we as dental assistants as well as patients can follow to stay safe. The X-Ray was invented in 1895 by Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen. It all started with a vacuum tube called a Crookes tube, with this Roentgen noticed that by pressing a button that activated an electric current through it a shadow was projected onto a screen that showed the...   [tags: environment, x-ray]

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