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Letter from Charles Galton Darwin, on a paper 'A critical study of the Hopkinson pressure bar' by R M Davies to the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society

Reference number: RR/70/87

Date: 27 March 1947

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The paper is scientifically sound but is written is a style that is too elementary for the Philosophical Transactions. Suggests using Mott or Fimch as referees.

[Published in Philosophical Transactions A, 1940].

Date received not given.

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RR/70/87
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27 March 1947
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Letter on paper
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1 page
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Typescript

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Charles Galton Darwin

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Charles Galton Darwin, Letter from Charles Galton Darwin, on a paper 'A critical study of the Hopkinson pressure bar' by R M Davies to the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society, 27 March 1947, RR/70/87, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_70_87/letter-from-charles-galton-darwin-on-a-paper-a-critical-study-of-the-hopkinson-pressure-bar-by-r-m-davies-to-the-assistant-secretary-of-the-royal-society, accessed on 21 July 2024

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