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Sectional Committee: Physics

The paper he Communicated has been passed for publication is due course. However, as a Government official has suggested that it contains information that might be useful to the enemy, the paper will be withheld from distribution until after the war.

[Published in the 'Proceedings of the Royal Society of London']

No received date.

Reference number
RR/66/167
Earliest possible date
24 January 1940
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
1 page
Format
Typescript

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Letter from John David Griffith Davies, to William Edward Curtis, regarding a paper 'Supersonic dispersion in gases II. Air containing water vapour' by M Mokhtar and E G Richardson, 24 January 1940, RR/66/167, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_66_167/letter-from-john-david-griffith-davies-to-william-edward-curtis-regarding-a-paper-supersonic-dispersion-in-gases-ii-air-containing-water-vapour-by-m-mokhtar-and-e-g-richardson, accessed on 22 May 2024

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