X-rays have been found by chance. 

Whereas experimenting with cathode rays coated by thick cardboard in 1895, Wilhelm Röntgen seen a light-weight being solid on a fluorescent board throughout the room. The primary X-ray was of the hand of his spouse, who noticed the picture of her bones and exclaimed ‘I’ve seen my demise!’

So he named them X-rays, utilizing an ‘X’ to symbolize their mysterious nature. 

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