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Letter from Thomas Smith, on a paper 'On the interpretation of the Foucault test' by E H Linfoot to David Christie Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society

Reference number: RR/70/158

Date: 08 January 1948

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Notes the letter that Burch sent and since the author finds difficulty in simplifying the mathematics, it should be passed.

[Published in Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 1948].

Endorsed on recto as received 10 January 1948.

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RR/70/158
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08 January 1948
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Letter on paper
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1 page
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Typescript

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Thomas Smith

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Thomas Smith, Letter from Thomas Smith, on a paper 'On the interpretation of the Foucault test' by E H Linfoot to David Christie Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society, 08 January 1948, RR/70/158, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_70_158/letter-from-thomas-smith-on-a-paper-on-the-interpretation-of-the-foucault-test-by-e-h-linfoot-to-david-christie-martin-assistant-secretary-of-the-royal-society, accessed on 21 May 2024

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