Letter from Max A. Bredig, February 9, 1947
Template of a letter Max Bredig (1902-1977) is sending to friends and colleagues regarding Karl Friedrich Bonhoeffer (1899-1957). The letter states that he will include a letter from Harold C. Urey (1893-1981), who is asking people to contribute money to help Bonhoeffer recover from angina pectoris (chest pain). Urey thinks that Bonhoeffer is suffering from this medical condition due to the violence he endured by the Nazis.
Bonhoeffer, along with fellow chemist Paul Harteck (1902 – 1985), discovered the spin isomers of hydrogen, orthohydrogen, and parahydrogen. The two were the first to synthesize pure parahydrogen in 1929.
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Bredig, Max Albert. “Letter from Max A. Bredig, February 9, 1947,” February 9, 1947. Papers of Georg and Max Bredig, Box 9, Folder 17. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/hxlrbzf.
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