Reference numberRR/12/245
TitleLetter from William Napier Shaw, to John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh, regarding a paper 'Researches on the electric properties of pure substances.—No. I. The electrical properties of pure sulphur' by Richard Threlfall, Joseph Henry Drapier Brearley and Mr Allen
Date21 July 1894
DescriptionEncloses report [RR/12/246]. '[Richard Threlfall] seems to have forgotten that papers ought to be made for reading as well as writing. However we are all going to learn essay writing up here so the next generation may possibly have less to say but say it better'.

Subject: Physics and Chemistry

[Published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 1896]
Physical descriptionLetter on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rsta.1896.0004 Vol.187 1896
Related records in the catalogueRR/12/246
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7142Shaw; Sir; William Napier (1854 - 1945)1854 - 1945
NA6090Strutt; John William (1842 - 1919); 3rd Baron Rayleigh1842 - 1919
NA6235Threlfall; Sir; Richard (1861 - 1932)1861 - 1932
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