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The Physical Society's Exhibition

Nature volume 92, pages 460461 (18 December 1913) | Download Citation



THE ninth annual exhibition of the Physical Society of London was held in the Physical Department of the Imperial College of Science on Tuesday, December 16, and attracted the usual large attendance at both afternoon and evening sessions. In addition to the short discourses which have for some years formed a popular feature of the exhibition, a new departure was made by the introduction of several interesting experiments illustrative of recent research. In the exhibition proper about thirty firms showed their most recent forms of apparatus.

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