PHYSICS IN AUSTRALIA TO 1945
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PAYNE-SCOTT (later Hall), Ruby Violet
Born Grafton, N.S.W., 28 May 1912; died Sydney 25 May 1981. Education, Sydney University (B.Sc. 1933, M.Sc. 1936, Dip.Ed. 1938). Research fellow, Cancer Research Committee, Sydney University, 1932-35. Engineer, A.W.A. Ltd., 1939-41. Division of Radiophysics, C.S.I.R., 1941-51. Home duties 1951-62. Mathematics/science teacher, Danebank Church of England School, Sydney, 1963-75.
- Relative intensity of spectral lines in indium and gallium. Nature, 131 (1933), 365-366.
- (With W.H. Love) Tissue cultures exposed to the influence of a magnetic field. Nature, 137 (1936), 277.
- Notes on the use of photographic films as a means of measuring gamma ray dosage. Sydney. University. Cancer Research Committee. Journal., 7 (1936), 170-175.
- The wavelength distribution of the scattered radiation in a medium traversed by a beam of X or gamma rays. British Journal of Radiology, N.S., 10 (1937), 850-870.
- (With A.L. Green) Superheterodyne tracking charts. II. A.W.A. Technical Review, 5 (1941), 251-274; Wireless Engineer, 19 (1942), 290-302.
- A note on the design of iron-cored coils at audio frequencies. A.W.A. Technical Review, 6 (1943), 91-96.
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