Definition of Pauling, Linus Carl in English:

Pauling, Linus Carl

Syllabification: Paul·ing, Linus Carl
Pronunciation: /ˈpôliNG
 
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( 1901–94), US chemist. He is renowned for his study of molecular structure and chemical bonding. His suggestion of a helical structure for proteins formed the foundation for the elucidation of the structure of DNA. Nobel Prize for Chemistry (1954).

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