Reference numberRR/73/145
TitleLetter from Neil Kensington Adam, on two papers by David Tabor, James Woodham Menter and J V Sanders to D C Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society
Date26 June 1950
DescriptionPaper reference code: A107-108

Adam writes: 'The two papers A107 and A108 by Tabor and two of his students are not, in my opinion, really suitable for publication by the Royal Society. At best, they only amplify in detail work already published by Brummage and others, and bring no novel conclusions of importance, nor are any novel methods employed.'

Written at 95 Highfield Lane, Southampton [England].

[Published in Proceedings A, 1951].

Endorsed on recto as received 28 June 1950.
Physical descriptionLetter on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rspa.1951.0009
DOI: 10.1098/rspa.1951.0008
Related records in the catalogueRR/73/145
Fellows associated with this archive
NA1072Tabor; David (1913 - 2005)1913 - 2005
NA4918Adam; Neil Kensington (1891 - 1973)1891 - 1973
NA4591Menter; Sir; James Woodham (1921 - 2006)1921 - 2006
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