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Letter from Linus Pauling to Fred Allen. July 12, 1933.
Pauling writes to inform Allen of Yost's failure in creating a compound of xenon with chloride or fluorine, which Pauling had thought possible. Notes also that he and Ava Helen have just returned from a trip to Oregon. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: Fred J. Allen
Associated: John Fulton, Don Yost, Journal of the American Chemical Society, E. C. Gilbert, Albert Kaye, Purdue University

Date: July 12, 1933
Genre: correspondence
ID: corr5.1-lp-allen-19330712
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