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INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KANPUR IIT POST OFFICE, KANPUR-16, INDIA Professor P.S. Goel DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY ^[[Send draft copy of Brian's list.]] Chem/PSG/ October 30, 1972 ^[[Mong Nong tektite slice?]] ^[[2 tektite falls, at least 4 samples from each]] Dr. Brain Mason Smithsonian Institution Washington, D.C. 20560 U.S.A. Dear Dr. Mason: I wrote to you a letter on September 5, 1972 requesting for some meteorite samples. I am enclosing the letter in case it did not reach you. We are in pressing need for more meteorite samples right now. I understand you have prepared a sample of All[[strikethrough]]a[[/strikethrough]]^[[e]]nde meteorite for distribution as a refrence standard. I wonder if you could send us 0.5 g of this material also. With best regards, Yours sincerely, ^[[PS Goel]] P.S. Goel Head, Chemistry Dept. Encl. ^[[Falls- Any L3, M3, or L4, M4 --gram amounts.]]
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