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Reference numberRR/58/67
LevelItem
TitleReferee's report by Robert Whytlaw-Gray, on a paper 'The persistence of the liquid state of aggregation above the critical temperature. The system ethylene' by Otto Maass and A L Geddes
Date8 October 1936
DescriptionSectional committee: Chemistry

Recommended for publication in Proceedings, in part. The authors 'make a strong case for their views' and although these might not be acceptable to some, it is still a question of importance. The paper could be shortened very considerably.The paper would gain more clarity if it were condensed.

[Published in Philosophical Transactions A, 1937].

Endorsed on verso as received 9 October 1936.
Extent4p
FormatManuscript
Physical descriptionStandardised form (type D) and letter on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rsta.1937.0004
Related records in the catalogueRR/58/65
RR/58/66
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA1442Whytlaw-Gray; Robert (1877 - 1958)1877 - 1958
NA2454Maass; Otto (1890 - 1961)1890 - 1961
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