Letter from Linus Pauling to Ralph W.G. Wyckoff. August 17, 1956

Pauling extends his gratitude upon receiving Wyckoff's letter about early x-ray work. He discusses Burdick's research on chalcopyrite and the spectrometer that Fred Henson built. Pauling is intrigued by Wyckoff's announcement of his retirement from the National Institute of Health, and encourages him to continue work in electron microscopy.  View Transcript

Letter from Linus Pauling to Ralph W.G. Wyckoff. Page 1. August 17, 1956
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Associated: Fred C. Henson, Roscoe Dickinson, C. Lalor Burdick, James H. Ellis, National Institutes of Health

ID: corr438.13-lp-wyckoff-19560817

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