Cavendish chair of physics, 1909 - 1915
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Bragg occupied the Cavendish chair of physics at the University of Leeds from 1909 until 1915. He continued his work on X-rays with much success. He invented the X-ray spectrometer and with his son, Lawrence Bragg, then a research student at Cambridge, founded the new science of X-ray crystallography, the analysis of crystal structure using X-ray diffraction.

Leeds, England
Lattitude: 53.7997° N
Longitude: 1.5491° W
Region: Europe
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