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Sectional committee: not stated

Is sending Larmor a detailed answer to the points of criticism made by the referee's on his paper. Regarding a few point he will only be able to answer on his return to London. He shall be very glad to give further information about any further points. He is exceedingly sorry that his English is still not good enough. He would be very thankful to Larmor if he could advise him on this matter. He knows a scientific friend whose literary capacity, he hopes, would satisfy the Committee and will solicit his kind assistance.

[Published in Philosophical Transactions A, 1902].

Endorsed on recto as received 12 April 1902.

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RR/15/403
Earliest possible date
April 1902
Physical description
Letter on paper
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1 page
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Manuscript

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Second letter from Meyer Wilderman, on his paper 'Chemical dynamics and statics in light' to Joseph Larmor, April 1902, RR/15/403, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_15_403/second-letter-from-meyer-wilderman-on-his-paper-chemical-dynamics-and-statics-in-light-to-joseph-larmor, accessed on 14 June 2024

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