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Responds to referee's criticisms of his paper. He wishes for the Committee to reconsider its decision that his general conclusions are not based on enough substance. He hopes the conclusions can remain in their current form.

Subject: Physics

[Published in Philosophical Transactions A, 1898].

Reference number
RR/13/213
Earliest possible date
24 February 1898
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
4 pages
Format
Manuscript

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Letter from Charles Herbert Lees, on his paper 'On the thermal conductivities of single and mixed solids and liquids and their variation with temperature' to Richard Tetley Glazebrook, 24 February 1898, RR/13/213, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_13_213/letter-from-charles-herbert-lees-on-his-paper-on-the-thermal-conductivities-of-single-and-mixed-solids-and-liquids-and-their-variation-with-temperature-to-richard-tetley-glazebrook, accessed on 22 June 2024

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