PHYSICS IN AUSTRALIA TO 1945
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Born Ballarat East, Victoria, 1 May 1877; died Melbourne 17 May 1971. Education University of Melbourne 1894-97, Cambridge University (B.A. 1904) and University of Sydney, 1903-05. 1851 Exhibition scholar, 1902-05. Physics master, Sydney Grammar School, 1905-10. Professor of physics, Royal Military College, Duntroon, 1911-22. D.Sc. University of Melbourne 1913. Science instructor, R.A.A.F., Point Cook, 1924-39. Physicist, Munitions Supply Laboratories, Maribyrnong, 1940. Consulting physicist, J.W. Handley & Co., 1940-42.
- Viscosity of solutions. Philosophical Magazine, S.5, 49 (1900), 274-286.
- (With T.R. Lyle) The temperature variations of the specific molecular conductivity and of the fluidity of sodium chloride solutions. Philosophical Magazine, S.6, 3 (1902), 487-498.
- The electrical conductivity and fluidity of solutions. Philosophical Magazine, S.6, 7 (1904), 469-484.
- The viscosity of water. Royal Society of N.S.W. Journal and Proceedings., 42 (1908), 34-56; Philosophical Magazine, S.6, 17 (1909), 502-520.
- The viscosity of water. Royal Society of N.S.W. Journal and Proceedings., 43 (1909), 34-38; Philosophical Magazine, S.6, 18 (1909), 260-263.
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