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Who Invented Radioactivity?

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The term 'radioactivity' was coined by Marie Curie but it was the French physicist Henri Becquerel who first studied radioactive elements from uranium in 1896. Earlier in 1895, William Roentgen discovered x-rays, one form of radiation.Becquerel, Pierre Curie, and Marie Curie discovered other forms of radiation as well as two radioactive elements.
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