removing scotch tape in a vaccum medium produces X-rays how?

Asked by Zain | 5th May, 2012, 12:33: PM

Expert Answer:

In 1953, Russian scientists showed that triboluminescence caused by peeling a roll of an unidentified Scotch brand tape in a vacuum can produce X-rays . In 2008, American scientists performed an experiment that showed the rays can be strong enough to leave an X-ray image of a finger on photographic paper

Answered by  | 7th May, 2012, 11:53: AM

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