PHYSICS IN AUSTRALIA TO 1945
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SOMERVILLE, Jack Murielle
Born Sydney 5 November 1912; died Armidale, N.S.W., 15 October 1964. Education, Sydney University (B.Sc. 1934, D.Sc. 1953) and Cambridge University (B.A. 1936). Research assistant in physics, Sydney University 1937. Senior lecturer in mathematics and physics, New England University College, Armidale, N.S.W., 1938-53; professor of physics, University of New England, 1953-64. Assistant director, radiophysics training school, Sydney University, 1941-45.
- (With V.A. Bailey) The behaviour of electrons in nitric oxide. Philosophical Magazine, S.7, 17 (1934), 1169-1176.
- (With J.E. Bailey and R.E.B. Makinson) The behaviour of electrons in bromine. Philosophical Magazine, S.7, 24 (1937), 177-190.
- (With V.A. Bailey) The graphical solution of ordinary differential equations. Philosophical Magazine, S.7, 26 (1938), 1-31.
- (With V.A. Bailey) Study of the magneto-ionic theory of wave propagation by means of simple formulae, linkages, and graphical devices. Philosophical Magazine, S.7, 26 (1938), 888-905.
- Harmonic synthesizer for demonstrating and studying complex wave forms. Journal of Scientific Instruments, 21 (1944), 174-177.
- A chuck for glass tubing. Journal of Scientific Instruments, 22 (1945), 114-115.
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