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Letter from Henry Enfield Roscoe, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding a paper 'On the chemical intensity of total daylight at Kew and Pará, 1865,1866, and 1867' by Henry Enfield Roscoe

Reference number: RR/6/253

Date: 12 August 1867

Description

Requests that his paper could be sent to him within the week, to rearrange the figures to fit onto the plates.

Subject: Astronomy, Physics and Chemistry

[Published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society]

Reference number
RR/6/253
Earliest possible date
12 August 1867
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
1 page
Format
Manuscript

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Letter from Henry Enfield Roscoe, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding a paper 'On the chemical intensity of total daylight at Kew and Pará, 1865,1866, and 1867' by Henry Enfield Roscoe, 12 August 1867, RR/6/253, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_6_253/letter-from-henry-enfield-roscoe-to-george-gabriel-stokes-regarding-a-paper-on-the-chemical-intensity-of-total-daylight-at-kew-and-pará-18651866-and-1867-by-henry-enfield-roscoe, accessed on 01 March 2024

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