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Letter from Charles Coryell to Linus Pauling. November 25, 1937.
Coryell writes to discuss oxyhemoglobin research completed at the University of Illinois with which he takes exception. Coryell also mentions a few details concerning his upcoming wedding and housing search, the unfinished status of his paper titled "The Acid Function of the Heme of Hemoglobin and Myoglobin," and a publication by Joseph Shack on base binding in oxyhemoglobin and hemocyanin. Coryell closes by mentioning a pleasant social affair hosting by Ava Helen Pauling and briefly discussing Mellor's on-going structural chemistry work. Transcript.

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Creator: Charles Coryell
Recipient: Linus Pauling
Associated: Ava Helen Pauling, David P. Mellor, Joseph Shack, GraceMary Coryell, Howard A. Redfield, Verner Schomaker, Eugene Eyster, Linda Pauling, Linus Pauling, Jr., Peter Pauling, Henri A. Levy

Date: November 25, 1937
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr68.2-coryell-lp-19371125
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