Letter from Linus Pauling to W. J. Sparks. May 25, 1964

Pauling agress that chemists differ from one another but notes that he does not believe that, as a class, chemists become less effective after reaching the age of 30. He recommends that Sparks read "Nobel, the Man and His Prizes," and identifies several chemists who contributed important work in their later years.  View Transcript

Letter from Linus Pauling to W. J. Sparks. Page 1. May 25, 1964
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Associated: Svante Arrhenius, Marie Curie, William F. Giauque, J.H. van't Hoff, Willard F. Libby, Elsevier Science Publishers

ID: corr113.5-lp-sparks-19640525

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