Davisson-germer experiment, Physics

Davisson-Germer experiment (C.J. Davisson, L.H. Germer; 1927)

An experiment which conclusively confirmed the wave nature of electrons; diffraction patterns were observed through an electron beam penetrating in a nickel target.

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