Linus Pauling and The Nature of the Chemical Bond: A Documentary History All Documents and Media  
Home | Search | Narrative | Linus Pauling Day-By-Day

All Documents and Media

Page 1
 

Letter from Linus Pauling to A.A. Noyes. December 17, 1926.
Pauling writes to update Noyes on his travel experiences, research and scholarly interactions while in Europe on a Guggenheim Fellowship. Pauling also discusses, in detail, his paper to be published under the title "The theoretical prediction of the physical properties of many-electron atoms and ions. Mole refraction, diamagnetic susceptibility, and extension in space." Transcript.

Page 1
Click for Large Version
Page 1
Page 2
Page 2

Page 3
Page 3

Page 4
Page 4

Continued list of pages. Click for larger versions.
Page 5
Page 5
 
  Page 6
Page 6
 
   

Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: A.A. Noyes
Associated: Arnold Sommerfeld, Peter Debye, Charles H. Prescott, Howard P. Robertson, Roscoe Dickinson, Erwin Schr√∂dinger, Werner Heisenberg, Don Yost, Henry Allen Moe, Niels Bohr

Date: December 17, 1926
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr278.1-lp-noyes-19261217
Copyright: More Information

Previous Correspondence 
   Letter from Linus Pauling to A.A. Noyes.

Home | Search | Narrative | Linus Pauling Day-By-Day