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Physics at the British Association


THE programme of Section A included papers of A wide and varied interest, ranging over the subjects of pure mathematics, experimental physics, geophysics, and astronomy. A great deal of the time of the Section was absorbed in atomic problems, and it was in relation to these that much interesting discussion arose.

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Physics at the British Association. Nature 106, 357–358 (1920).

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