Linus Pauling begins this interview by describing his early interest in science. While growing up in Portland, Oregon, he collected laboratory equipment and carried out chemistry experiments in his home. He also worked…
- Interviewee Pauling, Linus, 1901-1994
- Interviewer Sturchio, Jeffrey L. (Jeffrey Louis), 1952-
- Subject California Institute of Technology, Pauling, Linus, 1901-1994, Noyes, Arthur A. (Arthur Amos), 1866-1936, Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine, Nobel Prize winners, Stanford University, Chemical engineers
Portrait of Dr. Arthur A. Noyes (1866-1936) posed in the doorway of the Chemical Library of the Gates Chemical Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California. Per notations accompanying the…
The letter discusses shipment of wheat germ, expenses; demonstrations of the acidimeter at the Pennsylvania General Hospital, University of Pennsylvania, the Department of Agriculture, and the Bureau of Standards;…
The letter regards Arthur Noyes's test results and serum supplied for his treatment.
The letter touches on Arthur Noyes's medical condition and discusses problems with an instrument demonstration caused by residue in electrodes. Beckman was a friend and colleague of Dr. Noyes and was seeking medical…
Beckman discusses cancer treatment options for his friend and colleague, Dr. Amos A. Noyes, and offers to provide Glover with a pH meter.
Murdock references receipt of correspondence and a blood sample from Noyes, expresses pleasure at Millikan's interest in his work, and discusses real estate matters, including the erection of apartment buildings.