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Thesis help

  1. Jul 31, 2004 #1
    A professor who read my recently completed M. Sc. thesis commented that the thesis was good enough so that it was worth eliminating English mistakes from there. However, I can't do it better than I did, since I am not a native English speaker. So I am looking for someone who would be interested to read the thesis and find the mistakes (there shouldn't be too many).

    The thesis deals with a topic in solid-state physics. The research is experimental, but the text is readable for theorists as well. It includes several interesting results, and it is written clearly.

    The thesis is 80 pages long, with a relatively large font. Proofreading of only a part of the thesis will also be appreciated!

    If you would like to see the thesis, please write me email.

    Yours,
    Salsero.
     
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  3. Jul 31, 2004 #2
    I'll help you out. Send me a PM with your thesis. I'll be on a semi-vacation next week so I'll have some time to do some reading.

    JMD
     
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