Reference numberNLB/64/386
Alternative reference numberNLB/64 p224
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Louis Vessot] King, FRS
Date26 March 1923
DescriptionInforms Professor [Louis Vessot] King that the Society's printers were troubled by the notation adopted in his paper on 'Anisotropic molecule'. Explains that the difficulty lies in the overhead dots and dashes, which can be done but are very costly. Asks Professor King to look at his manuscript again and try to simplify his notation.
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NA1774King; Louis Vessot (1886 - 1956)1886 - 1956
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