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Letter from J.D. Bernal to Linus Pauling. June 22, 1951.
Bernal writes to discuss the details of his and Pauling's views on crystal and protein structures. He concludes his letter by noting that Pauling's perspective on protein structures "is an essential contribution to the unravelling of the problem." Transcript.

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Creator: J. D. Bernal
Recipient: Linus Pauling
Associated: David Shoemaker, Roscoe Dickinson, Albert L. Raymond, Robert Corey, Harry Carlisle, Robert Robinson

Date: June 22, 1951
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr27.4-bernal-lp-19510622
Copyright: More Information

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