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Reference numberNLB/65/103
Alternative reference numberNLB/65 p58-59
LevelItem
TitleCopy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Lord Rayleigh [Robert John Strutt], FRS
Date31 July 1923
DescriptionInforms Lord Rayleigh [Robert John Strutt] that [Geoffrey Ingram] Taylor has reported favourably on O. F. T. Roberts' paper 'The Theoretical Scattering of Smoke in a Turbulent Atmosphere', communicated by [George Clarke?] Simpson. Also believes the paper is of considerable importance to gas warfare, but cannot say that publicly. Also asks who might be a better Referee for [Harold Albert] Wilson's paper 'An Experiment on the Origin of the Earth's Magnetic Field', since [Frederick George] Donnan has been 'frightfully' slow at reporting on papers. Also enquires whether he should ask [Owen Willans] Richardson to report on [Willie] Sucksmith and [Leslie Fleetwood] Bates' paper 'A Null Method of Measuring the Gyro-Magnetic Ratio', communicated by Professor [Arthur Prince] Chattock. Finally, relays [Thomas Ralph] Merton and Professor [Frederick Alexander] Lindemann's favouable report on [Arthur Llewelyn] Hughes and P. Lowe's paper 'Intensities in the Helium Spectrum', and asks whether to publish it in the Proceedings.
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FormatCarbon
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA7877Strutt; Robert John (1875 - 1947); 4th Baron Rayleigh1875 - 1947
NA6602Taylor; Sir; Geoffrey Ingram (1886 - 1975)1886 - 1975
NA1223Wilson; Harold Albert (1874 - 1964); Physicist1874 - 1964
NA8206Donnan; Frederick George (1870 - 1956)1870 - 1956
NA7014Richardson; Sir; Owen Willans (1879 - 1959)1879 - 1959
NA5309Sucksmith; Willie (1896 - 1981)1896 - 1981
NA6050Bates; Leslie Fleetwood (1897 - 1978)1897 - 1978
NA770Chattock; Arthur Prince (1860 - 1934)1860 - 1934
NA1226Jeans; Sir; James Hopwood (1877 - 1946); physicist and mathematician1877 - 1946
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