Letter from Linus Pauling to William T. Astbury. March 15, 1945

Pauling sends Astbury two sets of eleven hand-punched cards. He explains that Caltech lacks access to a duplicating machine, making it difficult to easily create cards in large quantities. He states that the cards provided to Astbury were hand punched and, as a result, may contain errors. He informs Astbury that a description of the least squares method has not yet been written, but notes the Caltech researchers intend to publish multiple papers on the use of punch-card machines by late 1945.  View Transcript

Letter from Linus Pauling to William T. Astbury. Page 1. March 15, 1945
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Associated: A.H. Sturtevant, California Institute of Technology

ID: corr6.18-lp-astbury-19450315

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