LORENTZ : The Theory of Electrons and its Applications to the Phenomena of Light and Radiant Heat


LORENTZ : The Theory of Electrons and its Applications to the Phenomena of Light and Radiant Heat

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Hendrik Antoon LORENTZ

THE THEORY OF ELECTRONS

AND ITS APPLICATIONS TO THE PHENOMENA
OF LIGHT AND RADIANT HEAT

A course of lectures delivered in Columbia University,
New York, in March and April 1906

Second Edition

Leipzig, B.G. Teubner
1916

En anglais

Auteur :
Hendrik Antoon LORENTZ

PRIX NOBEL

Thèmes :
PHYSIQUE
Électricité. Magnétisme
Chaleur. Thermodynamique
Optique

MÉCANIQUE
Relativité

Reprint 1992
24,5 x 18 cm, oblong
176 p.
Broché
ISBN : 978-2-87647-130-6

S O M M A I R E

1 - General principles. Theory of free electrons.
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Mathematical notation.
- Fundamental equations for the ether.
- General equations of the electromagnetic field.
- Electrons.
- Electrons and ether.
- Force acting on unit charge.
- Determination of the field.
- Potentials.
- Field of a moving electron.
- Electric and magnetic energy.
- Flow of energy.
- Stresses in the ether.
- Radiation pressure.
- Immobility of the ether.
- Force on an electron, due to its own field.
- Electromagnetic mass of an electron.
- Ratio of the charge to the mass of an electron.
- Mass of a negative electron wholly electromagnetic.
- Electromagnetic theory of matter.
- Electromagnetic mass of a system of electrons.
- Resistance to the motion.
- Radiation from an electron.
- Field of a vibrating electron.
- Field of a polarized particle.
- Fundamental equations for a moving system.
- Radiation from a moving particle.
- Reflexion by a moving mirror.
- Motion of electricity in metals.
- Conductivity for heat and for electricity.

2 - Emission and absorption of heat.
-
Emissivity and absorbing power.
- Energy of radiation per unit of volume.
- Boltzmann's law.
- Wien's law.
- Theory of Planck.
- Absorption by a thin metallic plate.
- Emission by a thin plate.
- Ratio between emissivity and absorption.
- Equipartition of energy.
- Jeans's theory of radiation.

3 - Theory of the Zeeman-effect.
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Electron vibrating in a magnetic field.
- Nature of the emitted light.
- Series of spectral lines.
- Connexion between different series.
- Division of the lines of a series.
- Insufficiency of the elementary theory.
- Vibrations of a charged system in a magnetic field.
- Sharpness of the magnetic components.
- Vibrations of charged spherical shells.
- Thomson's model of an atom.
- Negative electrons in positive sphere.
- Vibrations of a system of four electrons.
- Rotation of a particle in a magnetic field.
- Zeeman-effect due to the rotation of a particle.
- Secondary vibrations.
- Polarization of the radiation.

4 - Propagation of light in a body composed of molecules. Theory of the inverse Zeeman-effect.
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Mean values.
- General equations for mean values.
- Forces acting on an electron.
- Equations of motion of an electron.
- Resistance to the motion.
- Dispersion of light.
- Relation between refractivity and density.
- Refractivity of a mixture.
- Refractivity of a chemical compound.
- Absorption of light.
- Breadth and intensity of an absorption band.
- Propagation along the lines of force.
- Propagation at right angles to the lines of force.
- Transverse Zeeman-effect.
- Rotation of the plane of polarization.
- Magnetic double refraction.
- Number of absorbing particles.

5 - Optical phenomena in moving bodies.
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Application of Huygens's principle.
- Stokes's theory of aberration.
- Fresnel's coefficient.
- Velocity of a ray of light in a moving medium.
- Course of a relative ray.
- Experiments with terrestrial sources of light.
- Deduction of Fresnel's coefficient.
- Local time.
- Theorem of corresponding states.
- Michelson's experiment.
- Dimensions of a body changed by a translation.
- New variables.
- Moving electrostatic system.
- Moving and stationary electrostatic system compared.
- Molecular motion.
- Longitudinal and transverse mass.
- Field of a polarized particle in a moving system.
- Application of the theorem of corresponding states.
- Electromagnetic mass of a deformable electron.
- Energy of an electron.
- Stability of the state of an electron.
- Rigid spherical electrons.
- Search for double refraction caused by translation.
- General electromagnetic equations for a moving system.
- Einstein's theory.
- Measurements in a moving systelm.
- Principle of relativity.

Notes.

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