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A RAPIDLY changing science such as physics sets a difficult task to those attempting classifications or the preparation of annual reports. Favoured classifications may be almost as numerous as the classifiers. In any one year the amount of new results published in each of the main divisions of physics varies considerably. Most of the results fit into one of two classes.

The Physical Society

Reports on Progress in Physics, Vol. 4. General Editor: Allan Ferguson. Pp. vi + 389. (London: The Physical Society, 1938.) 20s. net.

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GEORGE, W. The Physical Society. Nature 142, 232–233 (1938). https://doi.org/10.1038/142232a0

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