Linus Pauling Contribution

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In the 1940s, Linus Pauling decided to assist the U.S.A in World War 2. Linus had many contributions in the WW2, but his most helpful contributions was a synthetic blood plasma, used when soldiers were wounded in combat, and this is still in use. Another contribution was his invention, the Oxygen detector which is used in planes and submarines to this day. Linus also invented the incubators, Used for premature births and Anesthetized patients about to undergo surgery. For all his help in the war, Linus received the presidential medal by Harry Truman. However, after the war, Linus learned about the nuke, he , along with other scientist, were against the nukes. Linus was also a main force in the Pugwash movement. For this, Linus was awarded
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