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Nature volume 63, page 458 (07 March 1901) | Download Citation



OXFORD.—The 222nd meeting of the Junior Scientific Club was held on Friday, February 22. Mr. H. B. Hartley (Balliol) read a paper entitled, “Polymorphism; an Historical and Experimental Account,” which was followed by a paper by Prof. Townsend entitled, “The Conductivity of Gases.”

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