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Recommended for publication in Philosophical Transactions. The paper contains 'extremely valuable and important results'

Subject: Physiology

[Published in Philosophical Transactions B, 1897].

Reference number
RR/13/146
Earliest possible date
06 June 1896
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
4 pages
Format
Manuscript

Creator name

Francis Gotch

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Francis Gotch, Second letter from Francis Gotch, on a Croonian Lecture 'Observations on isolated nerve (with particular reference to carbon dioxide)' by Augustus Desire Waller to the Secretary of the Royal Society, 06 June 1896, RR/13/146, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_13_146/second-letter-from-francis-gotch-on-a-croonian-lecture-observations-on-isolated-nerve-with-particular-reference-to-carbon-dioxide-by-augustus-desire-waller-to-the-secretary-of-the-royal-society, accessed on 13 April 2024

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