A flash-based slide show that examines the famous "Photo 51" of Rosalind Franklin that led to the double helix model of DNA structure. Uses text and pictures to show how the different features of the image revealed various aspects of the DNA molecule, such as that it was a helix, that it was a double helix, that the sugar and phosphates ere on the outside, etc.
Francis Crick, X-ray crystallography, DNA structure, Rosalind Franklin, double helix, Maurice Wilkins, James Watson, Photo 51
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