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Memoranda, on a paper 'A note on the Hamiltonian theory of quantization' by T S Chang

Reference number: RR/68/450

Date: 25 July 1944

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Sectional Committee: Not stated [Physics]

Communicated by Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac. The obvious referee is Ralph Howard Fowler, but he is too unwell to consider the paper, and Charles Galton Darwin is too busy. Alfred Charles Glyn Egerton suggests that Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac would not have communicated the paper without careful perusal, and the paper might be accepted without referee, as were the author's previous papers. Joseph Proudman suggests Max Born, if he is suitable and well enough, but if not, the paper can be accepted without referee.

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

Endorsed on recto as received 26 July 1944.

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RR/68/450
Earliest possible date
25 July 1944
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Memoranda
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1 page
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