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Sectional committee: not stated

Thanks Larmor, the committee for publication and the referee's for the points on his paper. Though most of the criticism is based upon misunderstandings, it still illustrates that despite the care he took to fully describe the method, there remains room for misunderstanding. Provides detailed comments on two referee's report with references to the pages of his original manuscript.He is especially thankful for the criticism in regards to the chemical manipulation.

[Published in Philosophical Transactions A, 1902].

Endorsed on verso as received 12 April 1902.

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RR/15/404
Earliest possible date
10 April 1902
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
8 pages
Format
Manuscript

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Third letter from Meyer Wilderman, on his paper 'Chemical dynamics and statics in light' to Joseph Larmor, 10 April 1902, RR/15/404, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_15_404/third-letter-from-meyer-wilderman-on-his-paper-chemical-dynamics-and-statics-in-light-to-joseph-larmor, accessed on 24 July 2024

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