Jindřich Bačkovský

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Jindřich Bačkovský Czech: [jɪndřɪx batʃkofskiː] ( ) (May 4, 1912 – 2000) was an eminent Czech physicist whose work focused on X-ray spectroscopy, the structure of crystals, vacuum techniques, radiometry and the physics of high pressures. Many of his findings are used in industry, especially in the manufacture of semiconductor parts and synthetic diamonds.

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