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The Rosalind Franklin Papers

Title:
[Notes on Pauling and Corey's "Proposed Structure for Nucleic Acids"] pdf (22,162 Bytes)
[Notes on Pauling and Corey's "Proposed Structure for Nucleic Acids"]
Description:
In January 1953, Linus Pauling proposed a three-helix structure for DNA. Franklin found several errors in his reasoning, based on her own research, which are jotted down here. She later wrote to Pauling, explaining why his model was wrong, though she did not succeed in changing his mind.
Item is handwritten.
Number of Image Pages:
1 (22,162 Bytes)
Date Supplied:
ca. 1953
Creator:
[Franklin, Rosalind]
Source:
Original Repository: Churchill Archives Centre. The Papers of Rosalind Franklin
Rights:
Reproduced from the Franklin Collection at the Churchill Archives Centre with the permission of the copyright holder.
Subject:
Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Nucleic Acids
DNA
Exhibit Category:
The DNA Riddle: King's College, London, 1951-1953
Folder Number:
1/4
Unique Identifier:
KRBBHV
Document Type:
Notes
Language:
English
Format:
application/pdf
image/tif
Series: Work on DNA
Folder: Reports and Working Notes on DNA, 1951-1954
Metadata Last Modified Date:
2006-10-26
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