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Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers, 1873-2013

02. Publications. 1920-1998, undated.

This section mainly consists of original reprints of Linus Pauling's 1,100+ publications. Included in the Pauling Publications series are bibliographic citations for all of his scientific papers, books, popular articles, printed letters to the editor, forewords, introductions and support notices. The OSU Special Collections gratefully acknowledges the assistance of Zelek S. Herman and Dorothy B. Munro whose bibliography, The Publications of Professor Linus Pauling, served as the blueprint for this, the revised and expanded compilation of Dr. Pauling's complete published works.


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Boxes 1942p - 1951p (Page: 21 - 30)



1942p.
Publications of Linus Pauling, 1942.
1942p.1.
Complement fixation with simple substances containing two or more haptenic groups. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 28 (March 1942): 77-79. [David Pressman, Dan H. Campbell, and Linus Pauling].
1942p.2.
The production of antibodies in vitro. Science 95 (April 1942): 440-441. [Linus Pauling and Dan H. Campbell].
1942p.3.
The manufacture of antibodies in vitro. J. Exp. Med. 76 (August 1942): 211-220. [Linus Pauling and Dan H. Campbell].
1942p.4.
The agglutination of intact azo-erythrocytes by antisera homologous to the attached groups. J. Immunol. 44 (June 1942): 101-105. [David Pressman, Dan H. Campbell, and Linus Pauling].
1942p.5.
The electron diffraction investigation of propargyl chloride, bromide, and iodide. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 64 (July 1942): 1753-1756. [Linus Pauling, Walter Gordy, and John H. Saylor].
1942p.6.
The molecular structure of methyl isocyanide. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 64 (December 1942): 2952-2953. [Walter Gordy and Linus Pauling].
1942p.7.
Ounce molecular weight. J. Chem. Educ., 19 (October 1942): 494.
1942p.8.
The serological properties of simple substances. I. Precipitation reactions between antibodies and substances containing two or more haptenic groups. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 64 (December 1942): 2994-3003. [Linus Pauling, David Pressman, Dan H. Campbell, Carol Ikeda, and Miyoshi Ikawa].
1942p.9.
The serological properties of simple substances. II. The effects of changed conÉditions and of added haptens on precipitation reactions of polyhaptenic simple substances. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 64 (December 1942): 3003-3009. [Linus Pauling, David Pressman, Dan H. Campbell, and Carol Ikeda].
1942p.10.
The serological properties of simple substances. III. The composition of precipitates of antibodies and polyhaptenic simple substances; the valence of antibodies. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 64 (December 1942): 3010-3014.
1942p.11.
The serological properties of simple substances. IV. Hapten inhibition of precipitation of antibodies and polyhaptenic simple substances. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 64 (December 1942): 3015-3020. [David Pressman, David H. Brown, and Linus Pauling].

1943p.
Publications of Linus Pauling, 1943.
1943p.1.
The serological properties of simple substances. V. The precipitation of polyhaptenic simple substances and antiserum homologous to the p-(p-azophenylazo)-phenylarsonic acid group and its inhibition by haptens. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 65 (April 1943): 728-732. [David Pressman, John T. Maynard, Allan L. Grossberg, and Linus Pauling].
1943p.2.
The nature of the forces between antigen and antibody and of the precipitation reaction. Physiol. Rev. 23 (July 1943): 203-219. [Linus Pauling, Dan H. Campbell, and David Pressman].
1943p.3.
Spectral characteristics and configuration of some stereoisomeric carotenoids including prolycopene and pro-gamma-carotene. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 65 (October 1943): 1940-1951. [L. Zechmeister, A. L. LeRosen, W. A. Schroeder, A. Polgr, and Linus Pauling].
1943p.4.
An experimental test of the framework theory of antigen-antibody precipitation. Science 98 (September 1943): 263-264. [Linus Pauling, David Pressman, and Dan H. Campbell].
1943p.5.
Imagination in science. Tomorrow 3 (December 1943): 38-39.

1944p.
Publications of Linus Pauling, 1944.
1944p.1.
The serological properties of simple substances. VI. The precipitation of a mixture of two specific antisera by a dihaptenic substance containing the two corresponding haptenic groups; evidence for the framework theory of serological precipitation. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 66 (March 1944): 330-336. [Linus Pauling, David Pressman, and Dan H. Campbell].
1944p.2.
A note on the serological activity of denatured antibodies. Science 99 (March 1944): 198-199. [George G. Wright and Linus Pauling].
1944p.3.
The serological properties of simple substances. VII. A quantitative theory of the inhibition by haptens of the precipitation of heterogeneous antisera with antigens, and comparison with experimental results for polyhaptenic simple substances and for azoproteins. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 66 (May 1944): 784-792. [Linus Pauling, David Pressman, and Allan L. Grossberg].
1944p.4.
Review of Magnetochemistry by Pierce W. Selwood (New York: Interscience Publishers, Inc., 1943). Chem. Metall. Eng. 51 (September 1944): 208-209.
1944p.5.
The serological properties of simple substances. VIII. The reactions of antiserum homologous to the p-azobenzoic acid group. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 66 (October 1944): 1731-1738. [David Pressman, Stanley M. Swingle, Allan L. Grossberg, and Linus Pauling].
1944p.6.
The light absorption and fluorescence of triarylmethyl free radicals. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 66 (1944): 1985.
1944p.7.
Review of Fundamentals of Immunology by William C. Boyd (New York: Interscience Publishers, Inc., 1943). Arch. Biochem. 4 (1944): 126. [Linus Pauling and Dan H. Campbell].

1945p.
Publications of Linus Pauling, 1945.
1945p.1.
The adsorption of water by proteins. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 67 (April 1945): 555-557.
1945p.2.
Review of Advances in Protein Chemistry, Vol. 1, M. L. Anson and John T. Edsall, eds. (New York: Academic Press, 1944) J. Am. Chem. Soc. 67 (May 1945): 886.
1945p.3.
The serological properties of simple substances. IX. Hapten inhibition of precipitation of antisera homologous to the o-, m-, and p-azophenylarsonic acid groups. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 67 (June 1945): 1003-1012. [Linus Pauling and David Pressman].
1945p.4.
The serological properties of simple substances. X. A hapten inhibition experiment substantiating the intrinsic molecular asymmetry of antibodies. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 67 (July 1945): 1219-1222. [David Pressman, John H. Bryden, and Linus Pauling].
1945p.5.
The serological properties of simple substances. XI. The reactions of antisera homologous to various azophenylarsonic acid groups and the p-azophenylmethylarsinic acid group with some heterologous haptens. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 67 (September 1945): 1602-1606. [David Pressman, Arthur B. Pardee, and Linus Pauling].
1945p.6.
Molecular structure and intermolecular forces. The Specificity of Serological Reactions (rev. ed.), Karl Landsteiner, ed., Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1945: 275-293.
1945p.7.
Roscoe Gilkey Dickinson, 1894-1945. Science 102 (July 1945): 216.
1945p.8.
The month in focus: Proposed federal aid to research in science and medicine. Eng. Sci. 8 (December 1945): 3, 15-16.

1946p.
Publications of Linus Pauling, 1946.
1946p.1.
The use of punched cards in molecular structure determinations. I. Crystal structure calculations. J. Chem. Phys. 14 (November 1946): 648-658. [P. A. Shaffer, Jr., Verner Schomaker, and Linus Pauling].
1946p.2.
The use of punched cards in molecular structure determinations. II. Electron diffraction calculations. J. Chem. Phys. 14 (November 1946): 659-664. [P. A. Shaffer, Jr., Verner Schomaker, and Linus Pauling].
1946p.3.
The serological properties of simple substances. XII. The reactions of antiserum homologous to the p-azophenyltrimethylammonium group. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 68 (February 1946): 250-255. [David Pressman, Allan L. Grossberg, Leland H. Pence, and Linus Pauling].
1946p.4.
Theory of Resonance. Jackson Laboratory Lecture Series, Lecture no. 6. Wilmington, DE: E. I. Dupont de Nemours & Co. (February 8, 1946): 1-13.
1946p.5.
An instrument for determining the partial pressure of oxygen in a gas. Science 103 (March 1946): 338. [Linus Pauling, Reuben E. Wood, and J. H. Sturdivant].
1946p.6.
An instrument for determining the partial pressure of oxygen in a gas. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 68 (May 1946): 795-798. [Linus Pauling, Reuben E. Wood, and J. H. Sturdivant].
1946p.7.
Analogies between antibodies and simpler chemical substances. [The first Harrison Howe Lecture before the Rochester Section of the American Chemical Society, February 4, 1946] Chem. Eng. News 24 (April 1946): 1064-1065.
1946p.8.
Modern structural chemistry. [Acceptance speech for the Willard Gibbs Medal, awarded June 14, 1946 by the Chicago Section of the American Chemical Society] Chem. Eng. News 24 (July 1946): 1788-1789.
1946p.9.
Molecular Architecture and Medical Progress. [Radio talk broadcast on the New York Philharmonic-Symphony Radio Program sponsored by the U. S. Rubber Co., October 13, 1946] New York: U. S. Rubber Co. (1946): 1-3.
1946p.10.
Disagreed. Chem. Eng. News 24 (November 1946): 3108.
1946p.11.
Molecular architecture and biological reactions. Chem. Eng. News 24 (May 1946): 1375-1377.

1947p.
Publications of Linus Pauling, 1947.
1947p.1.
The nature of the bonds in metals and intermetallic compounds. [Talk given before Section 1 of 11th International Congress of Pure and Applied Chemistry, London, July 17-24, 1947] Proc. Intern. Congr. Pure and Applied Chem. (London) 11 (1947): 249-257.
1947p.2.
Atomic radii and interatomic distances in metals. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 69 (March 1947): 542-553.
1947p.3.
Unsolved problems of structural chemistry. [Acceptance address for the Theodore William Richards Medal 1947, awarded by the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society] Chem. Eng. News 25 (October 1947): 2970-2974.
1947p.4.
General Chemistry: An Introduction to Descriptive Chemistry and Modern Chemical Theory. San Francisco: W. H. Freeman, 1947, 618 pp. [Linus Pauling, with illustrations by Roger Hayward].
Spanish translation: Química General: Una introducción a la Químical descriptiva y a la modern teoría química. Madrid: Aguilar, S. A. de Ediciones, 1949, 622 pp.
Spanish translation (second Spanish edition) Química General: Una introducción a la Químical descriptiva y a la modern teoría química, Aguilar, S. A. de Ediciones, Madrid, 1951, 609 pages.
French translation: Chimie Générale: Introduction à la Chimie descriptive et à la Chimie théorique moderne. Paris: Dunod, 1951, 587 pp.
Swedish translation: Allmän kemi. Uppsala: Almqvist & Wiksells Skademiska Handböcker, Hugo Gebers Förlag, 1952, 599 pp.
Japanese translation: Ippan Kagaku, Iwanami-shoton, Tokyo, 1950, 667 pages. (in two volumes).

1948p.
Publications of Linus Pauling, 1948.
1948p.1.
The serological properties of simple substances, XIII. The reactions of antiserum homologous to the p-azosuccinanilate ion group. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 70 (April 1948): 1352-1358. [David Pressman, John H. Bryden, and Linus Pauling].
1948p.2.
Molecular structure and biological specificity. [Presidential address at Section 2, llth International Congress of Pure and Applied Chemistry, London, July 17-24, 1947] Chem. Ind. Supple. (1948): 1-4.
1948p.3.
The valences of the transition elements. Contribution à l’Étude de la Structure Moléculaire [Victor Henri Memorial Volume] Liège: Desoer, 1948, 1-14.
1948p.4.
The structure of uranium hydride. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 70 (1948): 1660-1661. [Linus Pauling and Fred J. Ewing].
1948p.5.
Chemical achievement and hope for the future. [Silliman Lecture presented at Yale University in October, 1947, on the occasion of the Centennial of the Sheffield Scientific School.] Am. Sci. 36 (1948): 51-58.
Reprinted in: Science in Progress (Sigma Xi National Lectureships, 1947 and 1948, Sixth Series), George A. Baitsell, ed. (New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 1949): 100-121.
Reprinted in: The Smithsonian Report for 1950 (Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1951): 225-241.
1948p.6.
The ratio of valence electrons to atoms in metals and intermetallic compounds. Rev. Mod. Phys. 20 (January 1948): 112-122. [Linus Pauling and Fred J. Ewing].
1948p.7.
Antibodies and specific biological forces. Endeavour 7 (April 1948): 43-53.
1948p.8.
The interpretation of some chemical properties of hemoglobin in terms of its molecular structure. Stanf. Med. Bull. 6 (February 1948): 215-222.
1948p.9.
The nature of the bonds in the iron silicide FeSi and related crystals. Acta Crystallogr. 1 (1948): 212-216. [Linus Pauling and A. M. Soldate].
1948p.10.
La Structure des complexes et l'influence de cette structure sur les réactions d'echange. [French: The structure of complexes and the influence of the structure on exchange reactions] Colloques Internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique 5 (1948): 142-146.
1948p.11.
Nature of forces between large molecules of biological interest. [Friday evening discourse at the Royal Institution of Great Britain, London, on February 27, 1948] Nature 161 (May 1948): 707-709.
1948p.12.
The metallic state. Nature 161 (June 1948): 1019.
1948p.13.
Molecular Architecture and the Processes of Life. [21st Sir Jesse Boot Foundation Lecture, May 28, 1948] (Nottingham, England: Sir Jesse Boot Foundation, 1948): 1-13.
1948p.14.
The modern theory of valency. [Liversidge Lecture, delivered before the Chemical Society, London, June 3, 1948] J. Chem. Soc. (1948): 1461-1467.
1948p.15.
The electronic structure of excited states of simple molecules. Z. Naturforsch. 3 (1948): 438-447.
1948p.16.
Discussion of the paper "Action of X-rays at low temperatures on the gametes of drosophila" by Dr. Edward Novitski. Am. Nat. 83 (1948): 185-193.
1948p.17.
The Reactions of Antiserum Homologous to the p-Azosuccinanilate Ion Group, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 70 (April 1948): 1352-1358. [David Pressman, John H. Bryden, and Linus Pauling].
1948p.18.
La structure des anticorps et la nature des réactions sérologiues. [French: The structure of antibodies and the nature of serological reactions] Bull. Soc. Chim. Biol. 30 (1948): 247-259.
1948p.19.
X-ray diffraction studies of amino acids, peptides and proteins. First International Poliomyelitis Conference, New York, July 12-17, 1948, 7 pp.

1949p.
Publications of Linus Pauling, 1949.
1949p.1.
Activation of eggs, fertilization and early development as affected by Ultraviolet Rays, Dr. Arthur C. Giese, Am. Nat. 83 (July-August 1949): 165-183. [LP participated in appended published discussion].
1949p.2.
The serological properties of simple substances. XIV. The reaction of simple antigens with purified antibody. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 71 (January 1949): 143-148. [Arthur B. Pardee and Linus Pauling].
1949p.3.
Our job ahead. Chem. Eng. News 27 (January 1949): 9.
1949p.4.
The resonating-valence-bond theory of metals. Physica 15 (April 1949): 23-28.
Reprinted in: International Conference on the Physics of Metals, (The Hague: M. Nijhoff, April 1949) Netherlands Physical Society, Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 12-17, 1948.
1949p.5.
A rapid diagnostic test for sickle cell anemia. Blood. The Journal of Hematology 4 (January 1949): 66-68. [Harvey A. Itano and Linus Pauling].
1949p.6.
A resonating-valence-bond theory of metals and intermetallic compounds. Proc. Roy. Soc. 196 (1949): 343-362.
1949p.7.
Clothes moths and "Toni's": Science gnaws at wool link to foil moths. The Commonwealth (Address to the Commonwealth Club of California) 25 (April 1949): 65-66, 70.
1949p.8.
Sickle cell anemia, a molecular disease. Science 109 (April 1949): 443. [Linus Pauling, Harvey A. Itano, S. J. Singer, and Ibert C. Wells].
Reprinted in: Papers on Human Genetics, Samuel H. Boyer, ed. Englewood, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1963, 115-125.
1949p.9.
La Valence des métaux et la structure des composés intermétalliques. [French: The valence of metals and the structure of intermetallic compounds] J. Chim. Phys. 46 (1949): 276-287.
Reprinted in: La Liaison Chimique, Colloques Internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France April 12-16, 1948. 18 Centre National de la Rechereche Scientifique (1950): 90-101.
1949p.10.
The serological properties of simple substances. XV. The reactions of antiserum homologous to the 4-azophthalate ion. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 71 (August 1949): 2893-2899. [David Pressman and Linus Pauling].
1949p.11.
The electronic structure of haemoglobin. Hæmoglobin: A Symposium Based on a Conference Held at Cambridge in June 1948 in Memory of Sir Joseph Barcroft, F. J. W. Roughton and J. C. Kendrew, eds. (London: Butterworths Scientific Publications, 1949): 57-65.
1949p.12.
The valence-state energy of the bivalent oxygen atom. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 35 (May 1949): 229-232.
1949p.13.
The dissociation energy of carbon monoxide and the heat of sublimation of graphite. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 35 (July 1949): 359-363. [Linus Pauling and William F. Sheehan, Jr.].
1949p.14.
On the stability of the S8 molecule and the structure of fibrous sulfur. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 35 (September 1949): 495-499.
1949p.15.
Sickle cell anemia, a molecular disease. Science 110 (November 1949): 543-548. [Linus Pauling, Harvey A. Itano, S. J. Singer, and Ibert C. Wells].
1949p.16.
Zur cis-trans-Isomerisierung von Carotinoiden. [German: On the cis-trans isomerization of the carotinoids] Helv. Chim. Acta 32 (1949): 2241-2246.
1949p.17.
Chemistry and the world of today. Chem. Eng. News 27 (September 1949): 2775-2778.
1949p.18.
Dr. Linus Pauling's Letter - President A. L. Strand's Reply. Letter to the Editor. The Daily Barometer, (Oregon State University) March 5, 1949, 2.
1949p.19.
Spitzer Case. Letter to the Editor. Chem. Eng. News 27, no. 13 (March 1949): 935.

1950p.
Publications of Linus Pauling, 1950.
1950p.1.
The problem of the graphite structure. Am. Mineral. 35 (January - February 1950): 125. [Joseph S. Lukesh and Linus Pauling].
1950p.2.
Structural chemistry in relation to biology and medicine. (Second Bicentennial Science Lecture of the City College Chemistry Alumni Association, New York, December 7, 1949). Baskerville Chemical Journal 1 (February 1950): 4-7.
Reprinted in: Med. Arts Sci. 4 (Fourth Quarter 1950).
Reprinted in: The Journal of the Alumni Association, School of Medicine, College of Medical Evangelists, XXI (June 1950): 7-9, 22.
1950p.3.
Compressibilities, force constants, and interatomic distances of the elements in the solid state. J. Chem. Phys. 18 (May 1950): 747-753. [J. Waser and Linus Pauling].
1950p.4.
Two hydrogen-bonded spiral configurations of the polypeptide chain. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 72 (1950): 21. [Linus Pauling and Robert B. Corey].
Reprinted in: Series of Selected Papers in Physics, Physical Society of Japan, 105 No Date.
1950p.5.
The determination of the structures of complex molecules and ions from X-ray diffraction by their solutions: The structures of the groups PtBr6--, PtCl6--, Nb6Cl12 ++, Ta6Brl2 ++, and Ta6Cl12 ++. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 72 (December 1950): 5477-5486. [Philip A. Vaughan, J. H. Sturdivant, and Linus Pauling].
1950p.6.
The place of chemistry in the integration of the sciences. Main Curr. Mod. Thought 7 (1950): 108-111.
1950p.7.
Chemistry. Sci. Am. 183 (September 1950): 32-35.
1950p.8.
Review of Progress in Biochemistry -- A Report on Biochemical Problems and on Biochemical Research Since 1939 by Felix Haurowitz (New York: Interscience Publishers, 1950). Chem. Eng. 57 (September 1950): 253-254.
1950p.9.
Electron transfer in intermetallic compounds. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 36 (October 1950): 533-538.
1950p.10.
Academic research as a career. Chem. Eng. News 28 (November 1950): 3970-3971.
1950p.11.
Sickle cell anemia hemoglobin. Science 111 (April 1950): 459. [Linus Pauling, Harvey A. Itano, Ibert C. Wells, Walter A. Schroeder, Lois M. Kay, S. J. Singer, and R. B. Corey].
1950p.12.
The compressibility of metals. Science 111 (April 1950): 9.
1950p.13.
The Ultimate Decision. Southwest Retort 2 (May 1950): 14-17.
1950p.14.
College Chemistry: An Introductory Textbook of General Chemistry. San Francisco: W. H. Freeman, 1950, 705 pp. [Linus Pauling, with illustrations by Roger Hayward].
1950p.15.
Preface. Les Apports de la Mécanique Ondulatoire a l’étude de la Molécule; Les Propriétés Chimiques des Molécules; Étudiées a l'Aide des Méthodes de la Mésomérie des Orbites Moléculaires et Des Diagrammes Moléculaires, by Pascaline and Raymond Daudel. Paris: EÉditions de la Revue d'Optique Théorique et Instrumentale, 1950.

1951p.
Publications of Linus Pauling, 1951.
1951p.1.
Interatomic distances in CO2Al9. Acta Crystallogr. 4 (March 1951): 138-140.
1951p.2.
The preparation and properties of a modified gelatin (oxypolygelatin) as an oncotic substitute for serum albumin. Tex. Rep. Biol. Med. 9 (Summer 1951): 235- 280. [Dan H. Campbell, J. B. Koepfli, Linus Pauling, Norman Abrahamsen, Walter Dandliker, George A. Feigen, Frank Lanni, and Arthur Le Rosen].
1951p.3.
The significance of chemistry to man in the modern world. Eng. Sci. 14 (January 1951): 10-14.
Reprinted in condensed form as: Science in the Kindergarten. New Outlook 5 (March & April 1952): 60-63.
1951p.4.
It pays to understand science. Sci. Dig. 14 (May 1951): 52-57.
1951p.5.
Discussion of "The borides of some transition elements", by Roland Kiessling. J. Electrochem. Soc. 98 (December 1951): 518-519.
1951p.6.
Quantum theory and chemistry. Science 113 (January 1951): 92-94.
1951p.7.
Arnold Sommerfeld: 1868-1951. Science 114 (October 1951): 383-384.
1951p.8.
The structure of proteins: Two hydrogen-bonded helical configurations of the polypeptide chain. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 37 (April - May 1951): 205-210. [Linus Pauling, Robert B. Corey, and H. R. Branson].
Reprinted in: Outstanding Papers in Biology, Robert L. Baldwin, et al., eds. London: Current Biology Ltd., 1993, 85-91.
1951p.9.
Atomic coordinates and structure factors for two helical configurations of polypeptide chains. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 37 (April - May 1951): 3235-240. [Linus Pauling and Robert B. Corey].
1951p.10.
The structure of synthetic polypeptides. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 37 (April - May 1951): 241-250. [Linus Pauling and Robert B. Corey].
1951p.11.
The pleated sheet, a new layer configuration of polypeptide chains. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 37 (April - May 1951): 251-256. [Linus Pauling and Robert B. Corey].
1951p.12.
The structure of feather rachis keratin. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 37 (April - May 1951): 256-261. [Linus Pauling and Robert B. Corey].
1951p.13.
The structure of hair, muscle, and related proteins. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 37 (April - May 1951): 261-271. [Linus Pauling and Robert B. Corey].
1951p.14.
The structure of fibrous proteins of the collagen-gelatin group. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 37 (April - May 1951): 272-281. [Linus Pauling and Robert B. Corey].
1951p.15.
The polypeptide-chain configuration in hemoglobin and other globular proteins. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 37 (April - May 1951): 282-285. [Linus Pauling and Robert B. Corey].
1951p.16.
The Structure of Proteins. [Phi Lambda Upsilon Lecture, Second Annual Lecture Series] Columbus, Ohio: The Ohio State University, February 1951, 13 pp.
1951p.17.
The combining power of hemoglobin for alkyl isocyanides, and the nature of the heme-heme interéactions in hemoglobin. Science 114 (December 1951): 629-634. [Robert C. C. St. George and Linus Pauling].
1951p.18.
Configuration of polypeptide chains. Nature 168 (September 1951): 550-551. [Linus Pauling and Robert B. Corey].
1951p.19.
The configuration of polypeptide chains in proteins. Record Chem. Progress 12 (Fall 1951): 155-162.
1951p.20.
Configurations of polypeptide chains with favored orientations around single bonds: two new pleated sheets. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 37 (November 1951): 729-740. [Linus Pauling and Robert B. Corey].
1951p.21.
Review of Structure of Molecules and the Chemical Bond by Y. K. Syrkin and M. E. Dyatkina (New York: Interscience Publishers, Inc., 1950). J. Appl. Physi. 22 (November 1951): 1392.