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Recommended for publication in the 'Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society'. The paper contains improvements on the work of the first paper in the series. Refers to work of John Perry, Charles Tilston Bright and Josiah Latimer Clarke.

Subject: Physics and Chemistry

[Published in the 'Proceedings of the Royal Society of London', 1877]

Reference number
RR/8/31
Earliest possible date
25 February 1877
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
4 pages
Format
Manuscript

Creator name

James Clerk Maxwell

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James Clerk Maxwell, Referee's report by James Clerk Maxwell, on a paper 'Residual charge of the leyden jar.—II. Dielectric properties of various glasses' by John Hopkinson, 25 February 1877, RR/8/31, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_8_31/referees-report-by-james-clerk-maxwell-on-a-paper-residual-charge-of-the-leyden-jarii-dielectric-properties-of-various-glasses-by-john-hopkinson, accessed on 20 July 2024

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