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Untitled Pauling Diary. 1941 - 1942.
Pauling records details of his work with the U.S. government in this diary. As one of the scientists working with ballistics and propellants, Pauling includes notes on the properties of certain powders and chemicals and details of his research with those chemicals. His entries likewise include information on the research work of his colleagues.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Associated: Dilworth W. Woolley, Peyton Rous, George H. Whipple, Oswald Avery, Jules Bordet, Michael Heidelberger, Elvin A. Kabat, A.M. Pappenheimer, Jr., Joseph O. Hirschfelder, Warren C. Johnson, Arnold O. Beckman, J. Norton Wilson, James B. Conant

Date: 1941 - 1942
Genre: diaries
ID: safe4.015
Copyright: More Information

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