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- (With J.DIED McGee) The motion of electrons in pentane.
*Philosophical Magazine*, S.7, 6 (1928), 1107-1117. - (With H.R. Hulme) The internal conversion of gamma -rays with the production of electrons and positrons.
*Proceedings of the Royal Society of London*, A, 148 (1935), 708-728. - Pair production by magnetic multipole radiation.
*Cambridge Philosophy Society. Proceedings.*, 31 (1935), 609-611. - (With H.R. Hulme) On the production of electron pairs.
*Proceedings of the Royal Society of London*, A, 153 (1936), 443-447. - (With H.R. Hulme) On the annihilation of positrons.
*Cambridge Philosophy Society. Proceedings.*, 32 (1936), 158-160. - Production of electron pairs.
*Nature*, 137 (1936), 781-782. - On Bremsstrahlung.
*Nature*, 140 (1937), 108-109. - (With H.R. Hulme) Angular distribution of electron pairs. Nature, 142 (1938), 573.
- A continuation formula for Appell's function F**2.
*London Mathematical Society. Journal*, 13 (1938), 254. - (With H.S. Carslaw) Some problems in the mathematical theory of the conduction of heat.
*Philosophical Magazine*, S.7, 26 (1938), 473-495. - The solution of one-dimensional boundary value problems by the Laplace transformation.
*Mathematical Gazette*, 23 (1939), 62-67. - A family of infinite series.
*Mathematical Gazette*, 23 (1939), 207. - (With H.S. Carslaw) On Green's functions in the theory of heat conduction.
*American Mathematical Society. Bulletin.*, 45 (1939), 407-413. - (With H.S. Carslaw) A problem in conduction of heat.
*Cambridge Philosophy Society. Proceedings.*, 35 (1939), 394-404. - Magnetic screening by hollow circular cylinders.
*Philosophical Magazine*, S.7, 29 (1940), 18-31. - The Laplace transformation method in elementary circuit theory.
*Mathematical Gazette*, 24 (1940), 42-50. - (With H.S. Carslaw) Some two-dimensional problems in conduction of heat with circular symmetry.
*London Mathematical Society. Proceedings.*, S.2, 46 (1940), 361-388. - (With H.S. Carslaw) The determination of Green's function for the equation of conduction of heat in cylindrical coordinates by the Laplace transformation.
*London Mathematical Society. Journal*, 15 (1940), 273-281. - The solution of boundary value problems by a double Laplace transformation.
*American Mathematical Society. Bulletin.*, 46 (1940), 687-693. - Radial heat flow in circular cylinders with a general boundary condition.
*Royal Society of N.S.W. Journal and Proceedings.*, 74 (1940), 342-352. - (With H.S. Carslaw) The determination of Green's function for line sources for the equation of conduction of heat in cylindrical coordinates by the Laplace transformation.
*Philosophical Magazine*, S.7, 31 (1941), 204-208. - Production of electron pairs.
*Nature*, 148 (1941), 86. - Conduction of heat in regions bounded by planes and cylinders.
*American Mathematical Society. Bulletin.*, 47 (1941), 734-741. - Heat conduction in composite circular cylinders.
*Philosophical Magazine*, S.7, 32 (1941), 324-335. - The ash content of charcoal from some Tasmanian timbers.
*Australian Journal of Science*, 4 (1941), 45-47. - (With C.M. Johnson) A study of the carbonization of some Tasmanian timbers.
*Royal Society of Tasmania. Papers and Proceedings.*, (1941), 63-72. - The study of the dust content of a gas.
*Australian Journal of Science*, 5 (1942), 25-28. - Heat conduction in a wedge, or an infinite cylinder whose cross-section is a circle or a sector of a circle.
*Philosophical Magazine*, S.7, 33 (1942), 527-536. - Radial heat flow in circular cylinders with a general boundary condition. II.
*Royal Society of N.S.W. Journal and Proceedings.*, 75 (1941), 130-139. - Heat flow in the region bounded internally by a circular cylinder.
*Royal Society of Edinburgh. Proceedings.*, A, 61 (1942), 223-228. - (With M. Clarke) A short table of [mathematical formula unable to be reproduced in hypertext]
*Royal Society of Edinburgh. Proceedings.*, A, 61 (1942), 229-230. - The energy loss by radiation of fast electrons in a Coulomb field.
*Cambridge Philosophy Society. Proceedings.*, 39 (1943), 127-130. - Moving sources of heat and the temperature at sliding contacts.
*Royal Society of N.S.W. Journal and Proceedings.*, 76 (1942), 203-224. - The effect of absorption of water on the mechanical properties of sandstones.
*Institution of Engineers, Australia. Journal.*, 15 (1943), 164-166. - Some problems involving line sources in conduction of heat.
*Philosophical Magazine*, S.7, 35 (1944), 169-179. - Note on a problem in radial flow.
*Physical Society, London. Proceedings.*, 56 (1944), 197-203. - (With J.L. Somerville) Study of the dissipation of the frictional heat in the mechanical process.
*Paper Trade Journal*, TAPPI Section, 119 (1944), 103-108. - On thermal stresses in circular cylinders.
*Philosophical Magazine*, S.7, 36 (1945), 418-428. - Diffusion in turbulent flow between parallel planes.
*Quarterly Journal of Applied Mathematics*, 3 (1945), 210-217. - Note on diffusion in the ionosphere.
*Physical Society, London. Proceedings.*, 57 (1945), 519-523. - On the solution of the Maxwell equations in regions bounded by perfectly conducting surfaces of the cylindrical coordinate system.
*London Mathematical Society. Journal*, 20 (1945), 154-159. - Note on the effect of wind on nocturnal cooling.
*Royal Meteorological Society. Quarterly Journal.*, 71 (1945), 388-390. - Switching problems and instantaneous impulses.
*Philosophical Magazine*, S.7, 36 (1945), 644-651. - Conduction of heat in a slab in contact with well-stirred fluid.
*Cambridge Philosophy Society. Proceedings.*, 41 (1945), 43-49. - (With H.S. Carslaw)
*Operational methods in applied mathematics*. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1941. xvi + 264p.