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I Interference historiography and physics.- I.1 The "mystery" of Young's theory.- I.2 New approach.- I.3 What is "Young's wave theory"?.- I.4 "Interference" or "superposition"?.- I.5 What is the "acceptance of a theory"?.- II Thomas Young and the problem of intersecting sounds.- Section I: Young.- II. 1 What did Young discover about interference?.- II.2 Young on interference of sound.- Section II: Young's predecessors.- II.3 Reinforcement of sound.- II.4 Destruction of sound.- II.5 Do intersecting sound waves interact?.- II.6 Mathematical approach to independence of sound.- II.7 Harmonics.- II.8 The third sound.- II.9 Summary.- III Young on interference of mechanical waves.- III.1 Standing waves.- III.2 Tides.- III.3 Coherence of mechanical waves.- III.4 Response to the concept of interference of sound.- a) Robison.- b) Gough.- c) Later response.- III.5 Summary.- IV Discovery of the principle of interference of light.- IV.1 Optical background.- IV.2 Transition from acoustics to optics.- IV.3 The problem of mathematical representation of light.- IV.4 What is the "law of interference"?.- IV.5 The principle of interference and the theory of interference.- V Young's theory of interference and its application.- Section I: Interference of reflected and refracted light.- V.1 The colors of thin films.- V.2 The colors of the "thick plates".- V.3 The colors of the "mixed plates".- V.4 The colors of supernumerary rainbows.- Section II: Interference of diffracted light.- V.5 The colors of striated surfaces.- V.6 Diffraction of light by a narrow body: internal fringes.- V.7 Diffraction of light by a narrow body: external fringes.- V.8 The two-slit experiment.- Section III: Young on coherence of light.- V.9 The condition of frequency.- V.10 The condition of direction.- V.11 The condition of path difference.- V.12 The condition of a common origin.- V.13 The condition of the size of a light source.- V.14 Summary.- VI Response to the principle of interference (1801-1815).- VI.1 Early comments(1801-1805):generalsurvey.- VI.2 British reviews of Young's theory(1801-1805).- a) "Non-experts".- b) The Critical Review.- c) The Monthly Review.- d) The Edinburgh Magazine.- e) The Edinburgh Review.- VI.3 Later response (1807-1815).- VI.4 Summary.- VII Fresnel and the principle of interference.- VII.1 First period(1815-1816).- a) Rediscovery of the principle of interference of light.- b) Diffraction by a narrow body.- c) Reflection and refraction of light.- d) Other applications.- e) Early definitions of the principle of interference and conditions of coherence.- VII.2 Second period (1816-1818).- VII.3 Third period (1819-1822).- VII.4 Summary.- VIII Response to Fresnel's principle of interference.- VIII.1 Arago.- VIII.2 Reception of Fresnel's first paper.- VIII.3 Contest on diffraction.- VIII.4 Response to Fresnel's prize-winning memoir.- VIII.5 Principle of interference and the wave theory.- VIII.6 Principle of interference and the emission theory.- VIII.7 Understanding of coherence after Fresnel.- VIII.8 Young's role after 1815.- VIII.9 Summary.- Conclusions.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano:  1991
    • País de Produção: Germany
    • Código de Barras:  9783764323165
    • ISBN:  3764323167
    • Encadernação:  CAPA DURA
    • Altura: 254.00 cm
    • Quantidade de Itens do Complemento:  0
    • Nº de Páginas:  271

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