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Letter from Stanley Swingle to Linus Pauling. May 2, 1948.
Swingle writes to report of his research and personal circumstances while studying in England. In particular, Swingle describes work that he and colleagues have conducted on serum albumin and molecular weights. Swingle likewise adds that Arne Tiselius has offered him a one-year appointment analyzing adsorption in proteins and protein hydrolysates. Transcript.

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Creator: Stanley M. Swingle
Recipient: Linus Pauling
Associated: Arne Tiselius, Stig Claesson

Date: May 2, 1948
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr378.2-swingle-lp-19480502
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