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Sectional committee: Physics

Not recommended for publication in its present form. The evidence for the neglect of convection currents is 'quite inadequate' and should be strengthened.

[Published in Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 1931].

Endorsed on verso as received 24 April 1931.

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RR/43/102
Earliest possible date
April 1931
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Standardised form (type D)
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2 pages
Format
Typescript

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Charles Herbert Lees

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Charles Herbert Lees, Referee's report by Charles Herbert Lees, on a paper 'The thermal conductivities of the saturated hydrocarbons in the gaseous state' by W B Mann and B G Dickins, April 1931, RR/43/102, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_43_102/referees-report-by-charles-herbert-lees-on-a-paper-the-thermal-conductivities-of-the-saturated-hydrocarbons-in-the-gaseous-state-by-w-b-mann-and-b-g-dickins, accessed on 30 May 2024

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