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Letter from Linus Pauling to Irvin Stewart. September 19, 1939.
Pauling recommends the construction of Buerger's proposed instrument for making Fourier syntheses via an optical method. He explains that the instrument will not allow for precise calculations, but will provide a means for making approximations. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: Irvin Stewart
Associated: M.J. Buerger, Committee on Scientific Aids to Learning, Edward W. Hughes, W.L. Bragg

Date: September 19, 1939
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr368.5-lp-stewart-19390919
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