Reference numberRR/67/237
TitleMemorandum and letter from J D Griffith Davies, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society, on a paper 'The kinetics of the thermal decomposition of acetophenone' Cyril Norman Hinshelwood and R E Smith to Eric Keightley Rideal
Date17 July 1940
DescriptionAsks Rideal if the paper can be passed. Includes abstract of the paper.

Rideal replies 'yes'.

Includes letter to the author (dated 26 July 1940), informing him that his paper has been accepted by the referee. Some modifications should be made with regard to temperatures. The paper is 'a model of conciseness and clarity'.

[Published in Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 1940].

Memorandum endorsed on recto as received 20 July 1940.
Physical descriptionMemorandum on paper, note on paper and letter on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rspa.1940.0100
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7750Hinshelwood; Sir; Cyril Norman (1897 - 1967); chemist1897 - 1967
NA6606Rideal; Sir; Eric Keightley (1890 - 1974)1890 - 1974
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