Reference numberMS/710/23
TitleLetter from Samuel Hunter Christie, Royal Military Academy, to Sir Charles Lemon
Date10 December 1837
DescriptionThanks Lemon for his forwarding of Robert Were Fox's experimental results and reproduces a paragraph he has inserted into a published Proceedings referring to Fox's labours. Discusses Fox's work on minerals in relation to Becquerel's comparable researches, including on arsenate of copper. Takes the view that Fox's observations on laminated clay are among the most interesting of his results.
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NA8168Christie; Samuel Hunter (1784 - 1865); mathematician1784 - 1865
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