Letter from Linus Pauling to Robert Millikan. Page 1. May 24, 1938
Letter from Linus Pauling to Robert Millikan. May 24, 1938. Page 1  Larger Images / More Information. 1 p.  View Transcript

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  • Letter from LP to Arthur B. Lamb, Editor, Journal of the American Chemical Society RE: LP submits three papers for publication: "Crystal Structure of Cesium Aurous Auric Chloride, Cs2AuAuCl6, and Cesium Argentous Auric Chloride, Cs2AgAuCl6" by LP and Elliott; "The Molecular Structure of Arsenious Oxide, As4O6, Phosphorus Trioxide, P4O6, Phosphorus Pentoxide, P4O10, and Hexamethylene Tetramine, (CH2)6N4, by Electron Diffraction" by Hampson and Stosick; "The Electron Diffraction Investigation of the Molecular Structures of (1) Phosphorus Oxytrichloride, Oxydichlorofluoride, Oxychlorodifluoride, Oxytrifluoride, Fluoriodichloride, Pentafluoride, and Triflourodichloride, and of (2) Disilane, Trichlorosilane, and Hexachlorodisilane" by Brockway and Beach. [Filed under LP Science: Box #14.002, Folder #2.3]
  • Letter from LP to Dr. Joseph O. Hirschfelder RE: Thanks Hirschfelder for taking up his request with the Fisher Scientific Company. [Filed under: H: Individual Correspondence, Box #159, Folder #159.8]
  • Letter from LP to Professor I. I. Rabi RE: LP has called the Athenaeum to reserve a room for the summer but has found out they will be unable to reserve it so far in advance. LP looks forward to seeing him in June. [Rabi's letter: May 24, 1938] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #325, Folder #325.1]
  • Letter from LP to Warren Weaver, Director, The Natural Sciences-Rockefeller Foundation RE: LP feels that the Prof. Herzfeld's research problem is very important and merits support. LP has just received notice that Todd will not be returning to C. I. T. but will remain in England. [Weaver's letter to LP May 20, 1938; Weaver's reply to LP May 31, 1938] [Filed under LP Science: Box #14.038, Folder #38.6]