Reference numberNLB/64/712
Alternative reference numberNLB/64 p402
TitleCopy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society; to [Robert John Strutt] Lord Rayleigh
Date7 June 1923
DescriptionInforms Robert John Strutt on 7 matters; to suggest a date for a meeting of the Physics Committee on the morning of the 21st June, in order catch the attendants who had attended the Soirée the previous evening; the return of the review of 'Magnetic Phenomena in the Region of the South Magnetic Pole' by [Sidney] Chapman so the matter of its publishing can be considered during the meeting; to ask for a suitable referee for 'The Effect of Quenching from above the Carbide Transition Temperature upon the Magnetism of Steel' by A.A. Dee and communicated by S.W.J Smith; to agree as soon as possible for [Thomas Ralph] Merton to act as a referee for 'Intensities in the Helium Spectrum' by A. Ll. Hughes [and P. Lowe], communicated by [Harold Albert] Wilson; and to suggest sending [Owen Wilans] Richardson 'Test on a Theory of Radiation' by [George Paget] Thomson, son of [Joseph John] Thomson who also communicated the paper; receiving the report by Strutt on 'The Photometric Matching Field' by [L.C] Martin, to be held over the committee meeting; and to ask for Strutt to look over a paper 'Molecular Scattering of Light on Carbon-dioxide at High Pressure' by [Chandrasekhara Venkata] Raman and [K. R.] Ramanathan.
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Related records in the catalogueRR/28/82
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7877Strutt; Robert John (1875 - 1947); 4th Baron Rayleigh1875 - 1947
NA8260Merton; Sir; Thomas Ralph (1888 - 1969)1888 - 1969
NA1223Wilson; Harold Albert (1874 - 1964); physicist1874 - 1964
NA7014Richardson; Sir; Owen Willans (1879 - 1959)1879 - 1959
NA8288Thomson; Sir; Joseph John (1856 - 1940); physicist1856 - 1940
NA1226Jeans; Sir; James Hopwood (1877 - 1946); physicist and mathematician1877 - 1946
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