The Elementary Theory of the Symmetrical Optical Instrument
Cambridge University Press, 26 de març 2015 - 84 pàgines
Originally published in 1928 as number twenty-five in the Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics and Mathematical Physics series, and here reissued in its 1958 reprinted form, this book deals with the physical and mathematical aspects of the symmetrical optical system. Steward's explanation is taken in part from lectures delivered to students of mathematics and physics at the University of Cambridge in the early twentieth century. This tract will be of value to anyone with an interest in the history of mathematics or physics.
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The mathematical solution of the refraction problem for
The optical properties of a symmetrical instrument
The manner in which the optical properties of an instrument
The equivalent thin lens
Entrance and exit pupils
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angle angular magnification apparent distance approximately ASTIGMATISM axes axis bright point called central ray characteristic function coefficients concave condition of achromatism conjugate focal planes constants continued fractions convex coordinates corresponding denoted different colours direction cosines dispersive power diverging emergent ray equal equivalent thin lens expressions eye-piece first-order focal length foci geometrical equations homogeneous linear functions homography hydrogen line ideal adjustment image-point incident ray involution kinds of glass laws of refraction lenses linear magnification magnification formulae mirror nodal point normal object and image object-glass optical equations orthotomic particular pencil of rays plane of incidence planes of reference point of incidence position principal focal planes quantities radii of curvature ratio reduced distance reduced projected inclinations reflexion refracted ray refracting instrument relation screen second unit plane single lens single refracting surface specified standard colours symmetrical optical instrument telescope theorem traverse true distances vanish