PHYSICS IN AUSTRALIA TO 1945
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EIRICH, Frederick Roland
Born Vienna, Austria, 23 May 1905. Education University: Vienna (Ph.D. 1929, D.Philosophy Habil. 1938). Assistant, Department of Colloid Chemistry, University of Vienna, 1929-38; lecturer in physical chemistry 1938. Research Associate, Department of Colloid Chemistry, Cambridge University 1938-39. Civilian internee, U.K./Australia 1939-41. Research officer C.S.I.R. Lubricants & Bearings Section, 1941-43. Research Associate in physical chemistry Cambridge University 1944-46. Associate professor of polymer chemistry at the Polytechnical Institute Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A., 1947-51; professor 1951-69; distinguished professor 1969-.
- (With F.P. Bowden, A.E. Ferguson and A. Yoffe) The detonation of nitroglycerine by impact. Australia. Council for Scientific and Industrial Research. Bulletin., 167 (1943), 44pp.
- (With F.P. Bowden, M.F.R. Mulcahy, R.G. Vines and A. Yoffe) The detonation of high explosives by impact. The sensitivity, and the propagation of the explosion in liquids. Australia. Council for Scientific and Industrial Research. Bulletin., 173 (1943), 75pp.
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