Reference numberRR/67/17
TitleLetter from David Randall Pye, on two papers 'On the mechanism of boundary lubrication. I. The action of long-chain polar compounds' by Otto Beeck, J W Givens and A E Smith and 'On the mechanism of boundary lubrication. II. Wear prevention by addition agents' by Otto Beeck, J W Givens and E C Williams to Alfred Charles Glyn Egerton
Date14 August 1940
DescriptionSectional committee: [Chemistry]

Egerton will have assumed his acquiescence with regards to the papers [opinion unknown] and McBain will have already been cabled. This letter is a note for his records.

[Both papers published in Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 1940].

Date received not given.
Physical descriptionLetter on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rspa.1940.0112
DOI: 10.1098/rspa.1940.0113
Related records in the catalogueRR/67/16
Fellows associated with this archive
NA1120Pye; Sir; David Randall (1886 - 1960)1886 - 1960
NA8212Egerton; Sir; Alfred Charles Glyn (1886 - 1959); chemist1886 - 1959
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