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the preface, the author deals with the properties of vibrating mechanical systems, e.g., the air in a
closed space, or a stretched string. After some disMODERN OPTICAL THEORY.
cussion as to periodic motion in general, the equation An Introduction to the Theory of Optics. By Prof. of motion for an elastic body, propagating plane A. Schuster, F.R.S. Pp. XV + 340.
(London: waves of distortion, is found in an elementary Edward Arnold, 1904.) Price 155. net.
manner, and certain fundamental results are shown PROF: PROF. SCHUSTER has done excellent service to follow from its similarity to the equation for a
to teachers and students alike by publishing stretched string. Huyghens' principle of the superthis book, which fills a very obvious gap. It is an position of small motions is explained, and then the introduction to the theory, and purposely does not deal reader, after a chapter on the nature of light, is with details of methods of measurement or instru- introduced to the principle of interference. mental appliances; these are properly left to courses The problems of diffraction are treated very fully, of laboratory instruction. At the same time the making use of the method of Fresnel's zones; the necessity for experiments and observations is every method is modified by the author in a manner which where present to the author's mind. The book is not permits numerical results of a high order of accuracy a mere mathematical treatise on simple harmonic to be obtained without the introduction of Fresnel's motion ; indeed, the analysis is generally easy, and integrals. purely mathematical difficulties are avoided. Prof. After an interesting chapter on diffraction gratings Schuster writes as a physicist. The physical meaning we come to one on the theory of optical instruments, of the steps and processes employed is everywhere in which the resolving power of telescopes and insisted on, and the student is made to think through- spectroscopes is carefully discussed. The theory of out.
the microscope does not find a place in Prof. The standpoint of the author is best explained by Schuster's book; perhaps it belongs rather to the two short extracts from his preface. After stating domain of geometrical optics. that the elastic solid theory of optics as developed
Fresnel's theory of double refraction is given very in England by Green and Stokes has proved | fully, and it is based not on any unsound dynamical insufficient, he continues,
reasoning, but on the observed experimental fact " Those who believe in the possibility of a mechani- that the velocities of wave propagation of a plane cal conception of the universe, and are not willing wave moving through a crystal are given by the to abandon the methods which from the time of axes of the section of a certain ellipsoid by the plane Galileo and Needham have led uniformly and ex- of the wave; this is clearly the right way to deal clusively to success, must look with the gravest with this problem. When the laws of the propagaconcern on a growing school of scientific thought tion of light in a crystal are once determined the diswhich rests content with equations correctly representing numerical relationships between different cussion of the rays and brushes due to the interferphenomena, even though no precise meaning can be ence of polarised light follows easily, and thus we are attached to the symbols used.”
led to Part II., which, as has been already said, deals And again,
with theories of light. “ The equations which at present represent the
The equations of motion are found both on the electromagnetic theory
theory of light have rendered elastic solid and electromagnetic theory, and the excellent service, and we must look upon them as a simpler phenomena are considered from both standframework into which a more complete theory must points. necessarily fit, but they cannot be accepted as constituting in themselves a final theory of light.
The weak points of the elastic solid theory, how“The study of physics must be based
ever, soon manifest themselves, and for the rest of knowledge of mechanics, and the problem of light the book the equations of the electromagnetic theory will only be solved when we have discovered the mostly used; in dealing with dispersion mechanical properties of the ether. While we Sellmeyers' hypothesis of sympathetic vibrations is in ignorance on fundamental matters concerning the applied to the electrons of a molecule, following origin of electric and magnetic strains and stresses; Drude, and the usual expression connecting the it is necessary to introduce the theoretical study of light by a careful treatment of wave propagation refractive index and the frequency obtained; the same through media the elastic properties of which are method is applied to explain the rotatory effects of known. A study of the theory of sound and of the sugar and other active substances, and in a most old elastic solid theory of light must precede there; | interesting series of sections the Zeeman and other fore the introduction of the electromagnetic equations.'
allied effects are dealt with. In the last chapter The book proceeds on these lines; the first part is we have a discussion on the nature of light as the almost entirely kinematical; the second part deals with resultant disturbance arising from the individual theories of light, starting first from an analysis of vibrations of the molecules of the source. Enough the equations of motion of an elastic medium; then has probably been said to show the nature of the passing to those of the electromagnetic field, and book, but one characteristic should not be omitted. developing the two theories side by side as . far as Prof. Schuster has included short historical accounts possible.
of the men who have made the science of physical To turn now
some details. In the earlier optics. Among them we find the names of Young, chapters, in accordance with the views expressed in Fresnel, Cauchy, Stokes, and Maxwell; the interest