PHYSICS IN AUSTRALIA TO 1945
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BOWER, John Crawford
Born Melbourne 3 October 1911; died Melbourne 12 August 1957. Education Melbourne University (B.Sc. 1933, M.Sc. 1934) and Cambridge University (Ph.D. 1939). 1851 Exhibition scholar 1935-38. R.A.F. operational research group, 1939-43; Officer-in-charge, R.A.A.F. operational research group, 1943-45. Senior lecturer in physics at Melbourne University 1947-58.
- (With L.H. Martin and T.H. Laby) Ionization in gases by x-rays as shown by expansion chamber observations. Sydney. University. Cancer Research Committee. Journal., 6 (1934), 131-143.
- (With L.H. Martin and T.H. Laby) Auger effect in argon. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, A, 148 (1935), 40-46.
- Auger effect for the L level of xenon and krypton. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, A, 157 (1936), 662-667.
- (With D.P.R. Petrie) The radioactivity produced by the bombardment of lithium with deuterons. Cambridge Philosophical Society. Proceedings., 33 (1937), 534-539.
- (With E. Bretscher and C.W. Gilbert) The disintegration of boron by slow neutrons. Cambridge Philosophical Society. Proceedings., 34 (1938), 290-295.
- Variation of ionization with range of alpha-particles, protons, deuterons and ³H particles. Cambridge Philosophical Society. Proceedings., 34 (1938), 450-458.
- (With W.E. Burcham) Experiments on the transmutation of fluorine by deuterons. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, A, 173 (1939), 379-391.
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