PHYSICS IN AUSTRALIA TO 1945
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ESSERMAN, Norman Abraham
Born Sydney 24 July 1896; died Melbourne 5 November 1982. Education Sydney University (B.Sc. 1916) and Royal College of Science, London, 1918-19. Member of the Australian munitions team, U.K., 1916-18. Physicist, Munitions Supply Laboratories, Maribyrnong, 1923-38. Officer-in-charge, Metrology Section, National Standards Laboratory, 1939-45; Chief, C.S.I.R. Division of Metrology, 1945-61. Officer-in-charge, National Standards Laboratory, 1940-58; Director, 1958-61.
- Metrology in industry. Australasian Engineer, 41 (no. 296) (7 January 1941), 11-12.
- (With E.E. Adderley) The care and use of slip gauges. Australia. Council for Scientific and Industrial Research. Journal., 16 (1943), 57-68.
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