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Letter from Linus Pauling to A.A. Noyes and J.P. Buwalda. February 2, 1934.
Pauling requests that Noyes and Buwalda communicate a grant application to the Geological Society of America in Pauling's name. He explains his desire to build an x-ray apparatus, hire a research assistant, and determine the structures of various crystalline substances. In closing, he offers to provide the GSA with a formal application if one is so desired. Transcript.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Recipient: A.A. Noyes, J.P. Buwalda
Associated: California Institute of Technology, Geological Society of America

Date: February 2, 1934
Genre: correspondence
ID: sci1.001.10-lp-buwalda-19340202
Copyright: More Information

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