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Asks if he can send three copies of the paper to a recipient in Washington Considerable interest has been shown in this subject in the United States. The Ministry of Home Security is trying to arrange a formation of a Luminescence Committee for NDRC that would ultimately lead to the circulation of all British documents on the subject.

[Both papers published in Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 1945].

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RR/67/371
Earliest possible date
05 November 1941
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
1 page
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Typescript

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Letter from John Turton Randall, on his papers 'Phosphorescence and electron traps - I. The study of trap distributions' and Phosphorescence and electron traps II. The interpretation of long-period phosphorescence' with Maurice Hugh Frederick Wilkins to Alfred Charles Glyn Egerton, 05 November 1941, RR/67/371, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_67_371/letter-from-john-turton-randall-on-his-papers-phosphorescence-and-electron-traps-i-the-study-of-trap-distributions-and-phosphorescence-and-electron-traps-ii-the-interpretation-of-long-period-phosphorescence-with-maurice-hugh-frederick-wilkins-to-alfred-charles-glyn-egerton, accessed on 23 May 2024

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