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Letter from Linus Pauling to Theodore Dunham. July 15, 1942.
Pauling writes to share his ideas for chemically treating polished-glass lenses for purposes of preventing corrosion. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: Theodore Dunham, Jr.
Associated: Frank L. Jones, Richard M. Badger, L. Reed Brantley, J. Norton Wilson, Corning Glass Works, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Occidental College

Date: July 15, 1942
Genre: correspondence
ID: sci13.006.1-lp-dunham-19420715
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