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"The Geometrical Attack on Protein Structures." approx. 1939.
A discussion by Dorothy Wrinch of the cyclol theory of protein structures, including an examination of Pauling and Niemann's arguments against it.

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Creator: Dorothy Wrinch
Associated: Linus Pauling, W.L. Bragg, Irving Langmuir, Alfred E. Mirsky, Carl G. Niemann, J. D. Bernal, G.W. Kellner, Felix Haurowitz, Mortimer L. Anson, James F. Corwin, Robert A. Millikan, Kurt H. Meyer, Wilhelm Hohenemser, Tage Astrup, Ensor Roslyn Holiday, J. Monteath Robertson, Harry Sobotka

Date: approx. 1939
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr438.12-ts-geometrical
Copyright: More Information

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