PHYSICS IN AUSTRALIA TO 1945
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ANDERSON, John Stuart
Born London, England, 9 January 1908. Education London University (B.Sc. 1928, Ph.D. 1931). Post-doctoral fellow at the University of Heidelberg 1931-32. Assistant lecturer in chemistry at the Imperial College, London, 1932-38. Senior lecturer in chemistry at Melbourne University 1938-47. M.Sc. Melbourne University 1943. Deputy Chief Scientific Officer, Atomic Research Establishment, Harwell, U.K., 1947-53. Professor of chemistry at Melbourne University 1954-59. Director of the National Chemical Laboratory, U.K., 1959-63. Professor of inorganic chemistry at Oxford University 1963-75. M.A. Oxford University 1963. Professorial fellow of Wales University College, Aberystwyth, 1975-81. Visiting fellow of the Australian National University 1981-. F.R.S. 1953; Davy Medal 1973. F.A.A. 1954.
- Magnetic measurements in chemistry. Chemistry and Industry, 14 (1936), 555-559.
- The metallic state and intermetallic compounds. Chemistry and Industry, 15 (1937), 677-681.
- (With M.C. Clark) Semi-conducting properties of stannous sulphide. Nature, 152 (1943), 75-76.
- The imperfect crystal. Royal Society of New South Wales. Journal and Proceedings., 76 (1943), 345-358.
- (With M.C. Morton) Semi-conducting properties of stannous sulphide. Nature, 155 (1945), 112.
- (With M.C. Morton) The electrical conductivity of stannous sulphide. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, A, 184 (1945), 83-101.
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