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Letter from Linus Pauling to David Harker. October 17, 1938.
Pauling informs Harker that he agrees with the existence of peaks between minima and suggests a means of interpreting this phenomena. He notes that he and Coryell do not plan to publish criticism of the Wrinch-Langmuir paper, regardless of the problems which it main contain. Pauling concludes by stating that he has shipped a Laue tube to Harker for his use. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: David Harker
Associated: Dorothy Wrinch, Irving Langmuir, Robert Corey

Date: October 17, 1938
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr151.10-lp-harker-19381017
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