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ILIFFE, Michael Isaac Glover

Born 12 March 1910. Education University of Adelaide (B.Sc. 1934). Demonstrator in physics, University of Adelaide 1929-36; Research assistant 1937-40; lecturer 1946-61; senior lecturer 1962-75. C.S.I.R. Radiophysics Laboratory 1940-46.
  1. (With K. Grant) A portable Geiger-Müller tube. Journal of Scientific Instruments, 12 (1935), 6-8.
  2. (With K. Grant) Maintenance of a tuning fork in vibration by a valve, using electro-static drive. World Radio Convention. Proceedings. (Sydney, 1938), paper no.5.

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