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Sectional committee: Physics and chemistry.

Does not recommend the paper for publication. States that the authors are 'so cocksure that I don't feel inclined to present them with the right result'. Also urges the recipient, 'please don't send my report to the authors. Burton would be my deadly enemy for life'.

[Not published].

Reference number
RR/17/248
Earliest possible date
05 December 1908
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
3 pages
Format
Manuscript

Creator name

Hugh Longbourne Callendar

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Hugh Longbourne Callendar, Referee's report by Hugh Longbourne Callendar, on a paper 'Contributions to the osmotic theory of solution' by Randal Thomas Mowbray Berkeley and C V Burton, 05 December 1908, RR/17/248, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_17_248/referees-report-by-hugh-longbourne-callendar-on-a-paper-contributions-to-the-osmotic-theory-of-solution-by-randal-thomas-mowbray-berkeley-and-c-v-burton, accessed on 23 July 2024

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