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Letter from W.L. Bragg to Linus Pauling. May 5, 1952.
Bragg writes to express his feeling of the "essential correctness" of the alpha-helix model, though others at the Royal Society meeting voiced their doubts. Bragg also provides details of his and Max Perutz's latest "frontal attack" on the structure of helioglobin. Transcript.

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Creator: W.L. Bragg
Recipient: Linus Pauling
Associated: Max Perutz, Hugh Huxley

Date: May 5, 1952
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr30.1-bragg-lp-19520505
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