Linus Pauling: a man and his science

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Paragon House, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 310 pages
Traces the life of the influential American scientist discusses his areas of research, and looks at his efforts to stop nuclear testing.

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Among Pauling's many activities has been winning two Nobel prizes (one for chemistry, one for peace), making some superlative discoveries in theoretical chemistry, struggling against proliferation of ... Read full review

Contents

Probing the Structure of Crystals
25
From Caltech to Europe
36
Making Strides in Quantum Mechanics
44
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