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Letter from Charles Coryell to Linus Pauling. November 16, 1937.
Coryell writes to provide a detailed overview of research being done by Coryell and his colleagues at Caltech. Among the topics covered are the status of a dialyzing apparatus that Coryell is building and blood research scheduled to be done shortly after the device is completed. Coryell also notes Taylor and Dodson's respective investigations into the magnetic properties of hemoglobin. Coryell concludes by informing Pauling of a half-written paper that Coryell hopes to submit "on the acid-base functions of the heme of hemoglobin and myoglobin." Transcript.

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Creator: Charles Coryell
Recipient: Linus Pauling
Associated: T.J. Webb, Edwin J. Cohn, Dwight C. Carpenter, Lawrence J. Henderson, G. Barkan, Kenneth J. Palmer, James P. Baumberger, Donald S. Taylor, Richard W. Dodson, Ava Helen Pauling, GraceMary Coryell

Date: November 16, 1937
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr68.2-coryell-lp-19371116
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