Thomas Young - bibliography
- Young's modulus
- Young's rule
- Young's temperament (Thomas Young)
- Young-von Helmholtz three colour theory
English physician and physicist, born June 13, 1773, Milverton, Somerset; died May 10, 1829, London.
- Observations on vision.
Philosophical Transactions, 1793, 83: 169-181.
- De corporis humani viribus conservatricibus.
Doctoral dissertation, Göttingen, 1796.
- On the mechanism of the eye.
Philosophical Transactions, 1801, 91: 23-28.
Includes the first description of astigmatism, with measurements and optical constants
- On the theory of light and colours. Philosophical Transactions, 1802, 92: 12-48.
- A Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy and the Mechanical Arts.
2 volumes, 4, London, 1807; 1845 published by P. Kelland.
The most complete and exact work on physics in his time.
- An introduction to medical literature, including a system of practical nosology. Intended as a guide to students, and an assistant to practitioners.
London, 1813; 2nd edition, 1823. Treatise on consumptive diseases. 1815.
- Herbert Spencer Robinson:
Thomas Young. A Chronology and Bibliography with Estimates of his Work and Character.
Med. Life, 1929; 36: 526-540.