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Recommended for publication in the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Refers to work of Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz and Joseph Larmor. Suggests compressing the latter half of the paper.

Subject: Mathematics

[Published in the 'Proceedings of the Royal Society of London']

Reference number
RR/14/43
Earliest possible date
04 April 1898
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
3 pages
Format
Manuscript

Creator name

Richard Tetley Glazebrook

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Richard Tetley Glazebrook, Referee's report by Richard Tetley Glazebrook, on a paper 'An extension of Maxwell's electro-magnetic theory of light to include dispersion, metallic reflection, and allied phenomena' by Edwin Edser, 04 April 1898, RR/14/43, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_14_43/referees-report-by-richard-tetley-glazebrook-on-a-paper-an-extension-of-maxwells-electro-magnetic-theory-of-light-to-include-dispersion-metallic-reflection-and-allied-phenomena-by-edwin-edser, accessed on 25 June 2024

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