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HEALEY, Reginald Henry

Born Sydney 4 July 1912; died Adelaide 31 July 1961. Education University of Sydney (M.Sc. 1934, D.Sc. 1939). Demonstrator in physics, University of Sydney, 1935. Physicist, A.W.A. Ltd., 1936-38; A.W. Valve Co., 1938-45. Senior lecturer in physics at University of Sydney 1946-49. Lecturer in electronic engineering, South Australian School of Mines, 1957-59; Senior lecturer 1959-61.
  1. (With V.A. Bailey) The behaviour of electrons in chlorine. Philosophical Magazine, S.7, 19 (1935), 725-746.
  2. The influence of the radiation field from an electrical storm on the ionization density of the ionosphere. Philosophical Magazine, S.7, 21 (1936), 187-198.
  3. The Wagner earth. A.W.A. Technical Review, 2 (1936), 88-91.
  4. (With J.W. Reed) Low pressure measurements by means of the ionization gauge. A.W.A. Technical Review, 3 (1937), 35-48.
  5. The effect of a thunderstorm on the upper atmosphere. A.W.A. Technical Review, 3 (1938), 215-227.
  6. (With E.G. Bailey) Some aspects of valve manufacture in Australia. World Radio Convention. Proceedings. (Sydney, 1938), paper no.20.
  7. The behaviour of electrons in iodine vapour. Philosophical Magazine, S.7, 26 (1938), 940-953; A.W.A. Technical Review, 4 (1939), 2l-33.
  8. (With C.B. Kirkpatrick) The behaviour of electrons in oxygen. A.W.A. Technical Review, 5 (194l), 155-164.
  9. (With J.K. Mackenzie) A note on the evaluation of Riemann's zeta function. A.W.A. Technical Review, 6 (1943), 125-141.
  10. (With J.W. Reed) The behaviour of slow electrons in gases: an account of diffusion methods together with a comparison between results obtained by these and by various other methods. Sydney: Amalgamated Wireless (Australasia) Ltd., 1941. xii + 179pp.

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