PHYSICS IN AUSTRALIA TO 1945
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KLEEMAN, Richard Daniel
Born Rowlands Flat, South Australia, 20 Jan 1875; died Schenectady, New York, U.S.A., 10 October 1932. Education, University of Adelaide (B.Sc. 1905, D.Sc. 1908) and Cambridge University (B.A. 1907). Research assistant, physics, University of Adelaide, 1901-05. 1851 Exhibition scholar, 1905-08. Research scholar, Cambridge University 1908-14. Assistant professor of physics, Union College, Schenectady, N.Y., 1914-20; Associate professor 1920-32. Consulting physicist, General Electric Co., N.Y., 1919-32.
- (With W.H. Bragg) On the ionization curves of radium. Philosophical Magazine, S.6, 8 (1904), 726-738.
- On the absorption and classification of the alpha rays of radium. Adelaide University. Scientific Society. Proceedings., (1904-05), 17-23. ['Abstracted from two Papers published in the December Philosophical Magazine, 1904, on the Alpha Rays of Radium, by Professor W.H. Bragg and R. Kleeman'.]
- (With W.H. Bragg) On the alpha particles of radium, and their loss of range in passing through various atoms and molecules. Philosophical Magazine, S.6, 10 (1905), 318-340; (Abstract) Royal Society of South Australia. Transactions and Proceedings., 29 (1905), 132-133.
- (With W.H. Bragg) On the recombination of ions in air and other gases. Royal Society of South Australia. Transactions and Proceedings., 29 (1905), 187-206; Philosophical Magazine, S.6, 11 (1905), 466-484.
- (Abstract) On the velocity of ejection of the electron from an ionised molecule. Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science. Report of Meeting., 11 (Adelaide, 1907), 319.
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