Hello. I just want to clarify something about the following question: WHen you receive a chest x-ray at a hospital, the rays pass through a series of parallel ribs in your chest. Do the ribs act as a diffraction grating for x-rays? My answer is yes, as the spacing between the ribs can act as a slit spacing, and as the x-rays diffract from these slits/ribs, they can interfere on the screen, resulting in bright and dark fringes...but I'm not too confident about my answer...HELP! am i on the right track?