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Mr. Bragg was born in Adelaide, Australia in 1890. He went to an all boys school,it started in kindergarten and ended in senior year, called St. Peter’s College. When hewas 18 he went to Adelaide University for a year and then moved to London with hisdad to transfer to Trinity College,Cambridge. His last college that he went to wasCambridge University and attended with an Allen scholarship. He was also asked by theFrench to build upon an idea called sound ranging to help during the war. They wantedto use this to find hidden German weapons. And he was awarded a Military Cross andelected an officer. Before all his accomplishments, Bragg did get married to a womannamed alice Grace Jenny Bragg (Hopkinson) and they had four children together.When he was 24 years old he was awarded with a Barnard Medal and wasappointed Fellow and Lecturer in Natural Sciences at Trinity College. As well as doingresearch in the X-ray field, he was also a professor at the Royal Institution of London,Manchester, and Cambridge universities. A German physicist named Max Theodor felixvon Laue won a Nobel Prize for the discovery of the diffraction of X-rays by crystals.This work helped inspire Bragg to continue his work. Another event that happened in hislife was that Lawrence Bragg became Sir Lawrence Bragg when he was knighted 51years old in 1941.Sir William Lawrence Bragg while working with his father discovered Bragg’s lawof Physics. The law states, “When x-rays are scattered from a crystal lattice, peaks ofscattered intensity are observed which correspond to the following conditions:1. The angle of incidence = angle of scattering2. The path length difference is equal to an integer number of wavelengths.”There is an equation that explains Bragg’s law: n?=2? sin?In his discovery process, he used an instrument called a spectrometer. It is a devicethat’s makes one color x-rays using an x-ray tube to get characteristic x-rays. Thedevice collimators in the strong x-ray lead absorber and the small x-ray beam thenstrikes the crystal.This law helps us today because without Bragg’s law the first discoveries of whatDNA looks like would not have been achieved. The discovery they made with theirspectrometer has a major role in advancing DNA images.Lawrence William Bragg worked on the x-ray crystallization projects with hisfather William Henry Bragg. I think that working with a parent or a partner can haveadvantages and disadvantages. In Bragg’s case, working alongside his father wasrmotivated his son more as a father and partner than he would have been motivated onhis own. This is a reasonable conclusion because Sir Lawrence Bragg holds the recordfor youngest scientist in physics to win a Nobel Prize. He has been working with hisfather ever since they moved to Great Britain it took only 5 short years for the Bragg duoto make a breakthrough in crystallization and win the Nobel Prize. So in this case, Ib