PHYSICS IN AUSTRALIA TO 1945
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STEELE, Bertram Dillon
Born Plymouth, Devonshire, England, 30 May 1870; died Brisbane 12 April 1934. Education, Victorian College Pharmacy (1889-91), University of Melbourne (B.Sc. 1898, D.Sc. 1902), University College London (1899-1900) and University of Breslau (1900-01). Pharmacist, Melbourne, 1891-95. Acting professor of chemistry, Adelaide University 1899. 1851 Exhibition scholar 1899-1902. Research scholar in chemistry, University College London 1901-02. Senior demonstrator in chemistry, McGill University , Canada, 1902-03; Assistant professor of chemistry, Heriot-Watt College, Edinburgh, 1903-05. Lecturer in chemistry, University of Melbourne 1906-10. Professor of chemistry, University of Queensland 1910-31. F.R.S. 1920.
- (With K. Grant) Sensitive micro-balances and a new method of weighing minute quantities. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, A, 82 (1909), 580-594.
- (Abstract) (With G.A. Ampt) Some uses of the microbalance. Society of Chemical Industry of Victoria. Proceedings., 10 (1910), 96.
- An automatic Toepler pump, designed to collect the gas from the apparatus being exhausted. Philosophical Magazine, S.6, 19 (1910), 863-868.
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