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Referee's report by Samuel Walter Johnson Smith, on a paper 'The significance of the electrode potential' by Jaroslav Heyrovský

Reference number: RR/27/74

Date: September 1922

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Sectional committee: Physics

Recommended for publication in Proceedings, with modifications

[Published in Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 1923].

Endorsed on verso as received 21 September 1922.

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RR/27/74
Earliest possible date
September 1922
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Standardised form (type D) and note on paper
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7 pages
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Manuscript

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Samuel Walter Johnson Smith

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Samuel Walter Johnson Smith, Referee's report by Samuel Walter Johnson Smith, on a paper 'The significance of the electrode potential' by Jaroslav Heyrovský, September 1922, RR/27/74, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_27_74/referees-report-by-samuel-walter-johnson-smith-on-a-paper-the-significance-of-the-electrode-potential-by-jaroslav-heyrovský, accessed on 16 April 2024

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