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Letter from Herbert Tomlinson, on his paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter. Part II. electrical conductivity-continued. The alteration of the electrical conductivity of cobalt, magnesium, steel, and platinum-iridium produced by longitudinal traction; Discovery of simple relations between the ‘critical points’ of metals' to the Secretary of the Royal Society

Reference number: RR/9/93

Date: 04 April 1882

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He has recieved the comments made by referees on part I of his paper and will send the manuscript over soon. He is disappointed that part II of his paper has been met by disapproval.

Subject: Physics

[Published in Proceedings of the Royal Society, 1884].

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RR/9/93
Earliest possible date
04 April 1882
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Letter on paper
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8 pages
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Manuscript

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Letter from Herbert Tomlinson, on his paper 'The influence of stress and strain on the physical properties of matter. Part II. electrical conductivity-continued. The alteration of the electrical conductivity of cobalt, magnesium, steel, and platinum-iridium produced by longitudinal traction; Discovery of simple relations between the ‘critical points’ of metals' to the Secretary of the Royal Society, 04 April 1882, RR/9/93, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_9_93/letter-from-herbert-tomlinson-on-his-paper-the-influence-of-stress-and-strain-on-the-physical-properties-of-matter-part-ii-electrical-conductivity-continued-the-alteration-of-the-electrical-conductivity-of-cobalt-magnesium-steel-and-platinum-iridium-produced-by-longitudinal-traction-discovery-of-simple-relations-between-the-critical-points-of-metals-to-the-secretary-of-the-royal-society, accessed on 26 February 2024

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