Letter from Linus Pauling to A.R. Miller. Page 1. October 23, 1947
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  • Letter from Dr. Francis Joseph Weiss, Special Research Consultant, Sugar Research Foundation to LP RE: Explains that he read LP's article “Unsolved Problems of Structural Chemistry” and his book General Chemistry, and so had the courage to write asking him what ion-exchange is. Explains his confusion at whether LP considers it purely chemical substitution, an electrochemical reaction, or merely an absorption process, adds that he enquired of the manufacturers of ion-exchange materials, but they never answered, and explains how the great versatility of the ion-exchange resins puzzles him. Asks for help in dispelling his ignorance. [Letter from LP to WeissOctober 23, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: 443.15]
  • Note from Dr. Alfred E. Mirsky, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, to LP RE: Writes that he has recently spoken with Gerald Oster, who will be writing LP about Rothen's work. Mentions his work with chromosomes. Inquires about LP's new book. [Letter from LP to Mirsky October 25, 1947] [Filed under LP Correspondence: Box #248.3, file:(Mirsky, Alfred)]