Letter from Linus Pauling to Robert Loeb. August 17, 1943

Pauling briefly discusses a meeting with Dr. Gregersen. He states that samples were sent to Dr. Luck, but were sent back because of Luck's inability to access a centrifuge. Pauling explains that a centrifuge is necessary for the ongoing research and requests permission to send samples to Williams or Cohn for further experimentation.  View Transcript

Letter from Linus Pauling to Robert Loeb. Page 1. August 17, 1943
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Associated: Dan Campbell, Edwin J. Cohn, Magnus I. Gregersen, J. Murray Luck, John Warren Williams, Edwin J. Cohn

ID: sci13.004.1-lp-loeb-19430817

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