Letter from Linus Pauling to W.H. Freeman. May 24, 1956

Pauling expresses his faith that Dr. Roscoe Dickinson's notes on chemical thermodynamics are the best basis for teaching on the subject. He mentions additional work that has been done by Professors Bates, Badger, and Schomaker in expanding on Dickinson's work. Pauling suggests that Dr. Dickinson's notes should be published at some point, after some additional modification.  View Transcript

Letter from Linus Pauling to W.H. Freeman. Page 1. May 24, 1956
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Associated: Richard M. Badger, Stuart Bates, California Institute of Technology, Roscoe Dickinson, Verner Schomaker, David Shoemaker

ID: corr439.14-lp-freeman-19560524

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