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  1. W. C. M. Lewis, “A System of Physical Chemistry,” Vol. 3, p. 134, London; 1918.
  2. Joly, J., Phil. Mag.,  41, p. 289; 1921. Proc. Roy. Soc., B. 92, p. 219; 1921.
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  6. H. Stanley Allen, “Photo-electricity,” London; 1913.
  7. J. H. Parsons, “An Introduction to the Theory of Color Vision,” p. 12, Cambridge; 1915.
  8. C. E. Ferree and G. Rand, Amer. Jour. Physiol. Optics,  1, p. 185; 1920.
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  10. C. Sheard, “Physiological Optics,” Chicago; 1918.

1921 (2)

Joly, J., Phil. Mag.,  41, p. 289; 1921. Proc. Roy. Soc., B. 92, p. 219; 1921.
[CrossRef]

J. H. J. Poole, Phil. Mag.,  41, p. 347; 1921.
[CrossRef]

1920 (1)

C. E. Ferree and G. Rand, Amer. Jour. Physiol. Optics,  1, p. 185; 1920.

1904 (1)

S. R. Cajal, Internat. Monatschr. f. Anat. und Phys.,  21, p. 369; 1904.

Allen, H. Stanley

H. Stanley Allen, “Photo-electricity,” London; 1913.

Cajal, S. R.

S. R. Cajal, Internat. Monatschr. f. Anat. und Phys.,  21, p. 369; 1904.

Ferree, C. E.

C. E. Ferree and G. Rand, Amer. Jour. Physiol. Optics,  1, p. 185; 1920.

Greef,

Greef, Graefe-Saemisch Handbuch d. gesamten Augenheilkunde, 2 Aufl. vol. 1, ch. 5; 1899.

Joly,

Joly, J., Phil. Mag.,  41, p. 289; 1921. Proc. Roy. Soc., B. 92, p. 219; 1921.
[CrossRef]

Leboucq, G.

G. Leboucq, Arch. d’Anatomie Microscopique,  10, p. 555; 1908–09.

Lewis, W. C. M.

W. C. M. Lewis, “A System of Physical Chemistry,” Vol. 3, p. 134, London; 1918.

Parsons, J. H.

J. H. Parsons, “An Introduction to the Theory of Color Vision,” p. 12, Cambridge; 1915.

Poole, J. H. J.

J. H. J. Poole, Phil. Mag.,  41, p. 347; 1921.
[CrossRef]

Rand, G.

C. E. Ferree and G. Rand, Amer. Jour. Physiol. Optics,  1, p. 185; 1920.

Sheard, C.

C. Sheard, “Physiological Optics,” Chicago; 1918.

Amer. Jour. Physiol. Optics (1)

C. E. Ferree and G. Rand, Amer. Jour. Physiol. Optics,  1, p. 185; 1920.

Arch. d’Anatomie Microscopique (1)

G. Leboucq, Arch. d’Anatomie Microscopique,  10, p. 555; 1908–09.

Internat. Monatschr. f. Anat. und Phys. (1)

S. R. Cajal, Internat. Monatschr. f. Anat. und Phys.,  21, p. 369; 1904.

J., Phil. Mag. (1)

Joly, J., Phil. Mag.,  41, p. 289; 1921. Proc. Roy. Soc., B. 92, p. 219; 1921.
[CrossRef]

Phil. Mag. (1)

J. H. J. Poole, Phil. Mag.,  41, p. 347; 1921.
[CrossRef]

Other (5)

C. Sheard, “Physiological Optics,” Chicago; 1918.

H. Stanley Allen, “Photo-electricity,” London; 1913.

J. H. Parsons, “An Introduction to the Theory of Color Vision,” p. 12, Cambridge; 1915.

Greef, Graefe-Saemisch Handbuch d. gesamten Augenheilkunde, 2 Aufl. vol. 1, ch. 5; 1899.

W. C. M. Lewis, “A System of Physical Chemistry,” Vol. 3, p. 134, London; 1918.

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Figures (5)

Fig. 1
Fig. 1

Typical curves showing the normal and selective photo-electric effects.

Fig. 2
Fig. 2

The photo-electric current from rubidium with unpolarized light, showing the selective and normal photo-electric effects superposed—(from Hughes “Photo-Electricity”).

Fig. 3
Fig. 3

Schema of the structure of the human retina—I Pigment layer; II rod and cone layer; III outer nuclear layer; IV external plexiform layer; V layer of horizontal cells; VI layer of bipolar cells(inner nuclear);VII layer of amacrinal cells; VIII inner plexiform layer; IX ganglion cell layer; X nerve fiber layer.

Fig. 4
Fig. 4

Cone circuit to the brain.High frequency circuit containing one condenser, analogous to the cone, and spark gaps, analogous to the synapses in the cone circuit.

Fig. 5
Fig. 5

Rod circuit to the brain.High frequency circuit containing three condensers in parallel, analogous to the rods and spark gaps analogous to the synapses in the rod circuit.

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f = frequency = 1 2 π 1 L C - R 2 4 L 2