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Reference numberRR/16/378
LevelItem
TitleReferee's report by John Henry Poynting, on a paper 'The role of diffucion in the catalysis of hydrogen peroxide by colloidal platinum' by George Senter
Date16 March 1905
DescriptionSectional Committee: not stated.

He has written to Sand asking if he would wish to say anything if Senter's paper were published and Sand replied that he would not. Encloses Sand's letter [not attached] from which he can see Sand has extracted some meaning from the paper, and has thus been more successful than Poynting himself. Poynting thinks it a 'most woolly' production but as it contains a new point, according to Sand, Poynting supposes it ought to be published.

[Published in Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 1904].

Endorsed on recto as received 17 March 1905.
Extent2p
FormatManuscript
Physical descriptionLetter on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rspl.1904.0160
RR/16/377
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CodeNameDates
NA7852Poynting; John Henry (1852 - 1914)1852 - 1914
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