|Title||Letter from Edmund Clifton Stoner, on a paper 'The theory of the magneto-resistance effects in metals' by E H Sondheimer and Alan Herries Wilson|
|Date||11 December 1945|
|Description||He has received the comments from the author on his report. The author believes that as a Fellow, he shouldn't have to adopt a referee's suggestions. Stoner believes the author is exaggerating, as he didn't suggest a considerable extension of the paper. He still thinks that explicit references should be added to help decipher the symbols used. He agrees with the author that the general matter he raised is controversial. When writing scientific papers, the reader should be kept in mind and it should be remembered that they may not have extensive knowledge of the subject and require some clarification. |
[Published in Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 1947].
Endorsed on recto as received 13 November 1946.
|Physical description||Letter on paper|
|Related material||DOI: 10.1098/rspa.1947.0087|
|Related records in the catalogue||RR/69/301|
Fellows associated with this archive
|NA5437||Stoner; Edmund Clifton (1899 - 1968)||1899 - 1968|
|NA3490||Wilson; Sir; Alan Herries (1906 - 1995)||1906 - 1995|