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  1. Helmholtz, v. Kries, v. Frey, Koenig, Angier, Trendelenburg, and Diterici, as quoted in Helmholtz: “Physiol. Optics,” 3rd Ed., Vol. 2, p. 107.
  2. Helmholtz: “Physiol. Optics,” 2nd Ed. (1896), pp. 316–319. Helmholtz: “Physiol. Optics,” 3rd Ed. Vol. 2, pp. 105–107. Parsons: “Introduction to Study of Color Vision” (Cambridge, 1915) Part I, Sec. II, Chap. III. Rood: “Modern Chromatics” (New York, 1879), p. 175. Köllner: “Störungen des Farbensinnes” (Berlin, 1912), p. 14. Luckiesh: “Color and Its Applications” (New York, 1915), pp. 59 and 75. Grünberg: Sitzb. Ak. Wein, II A,  113, pp. 627–636; 1904.
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  3. Parsons:“Introduction to Study of Color Vision,” p. 35. Grünberg: Sitzb. Ak. Wien, II A,  113, pp. 627–636; 1904.
  4. Phy. Rev. (2)  11, 498, 1918.
  5. f (in vibrations per trillionth of one second)=300,000λ(in millimicrons)
  6. TroIand: Trans. I. E. S.,  13, pp. 26–27; 1918. Priest: Trans. I. E. S.,  13, pp. 75–77; 1918.

1918 (2)

Phy. Rev. (2)  11, 498, 1918.

TroIand: Trans. I. E. S.,  13, pp. 26–27; 1918. Priest: Trans. I. E. S.,  13, pp. 75–77; 1918.

Angier,

Helmholtz, v. Kries, v. Frey, Koenig, Angier, Trendelenburg, and Diterici, as quoted in Helmholtz: “Physiol. Optics,” 3rd Ed., Vol. 2, p. 107.

Diterici,

Helmholtz, v. Kries, v. Frey, Koenig, Angier, Trendelenburg, and Diterici, as quoted in Helmholtz: “Physiol. Optics,” 3rd Ed., Vol. 2, p. 107.

Frey, v.

Helmholtz, v. Kries, v. Frey, Koenig, Angier, Trendelenburg, and Diterici, as quoted in Helmholtz: “Physiol. Optics,” 3rd Ed., Vol. 2, p. 107.

Helmholtz,

Helmholtz, v. Kries, v. Frey, Koenig, Angier, Trendelenburg, and Diterici, as quoted in Helmholtz: “Physiol. Optics,” 3rd Ed., Vol. 2, p. 107.

Helmholtz: “Physiol. Optics,” 2nd Ed. (1896), pp. 316–319. Helmholtz: “Physiol. Optics,” 3rd Ed. Vol. 2, pp. 105–107. Parsons: “Introduction to Study of Color Vision” (Cambridge, 1915) Part I, Sec. II, Chap. III. Rood: “Modern Chromatics” (New York, 1879), p. 175. Köllner: “Störungen des Farbensinnes” (Berlin, 1912), p. 14. Luckiesh: “Color and Its Applications” (New York, 1915), pp. 59 and 75. Grünberg: Sitzb. Ak. Wein, II A,  113, pp. 627–636; 1904.
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Koenig,

Helmholtz, v. Kries, v. Frey, Koenig, Angier, Trendelenburg, and Diterici, as quoted in Helmholtz: “Physiol. Optics,” 3rd Ed., Vol. 2, p. 107.

Kries, v.

Helmholtz, v. Kries, v. Frey, Koenig, Angier, Trendelenburg, and Diterici, as quoted in Helmholtz: “Physiol. Optics,” 3rd Ed., Vol. 2, p. 107.

Parsons,

Parsons:“Introduction to Study of Color Vision,” p. 35. Grünberg: Sitzb. Ak. Wien, II A,  113, pp. 627–636; 1904.

Trendelenburg,

Helmholtz, v. Kries, v. Frey, Koenig, Angier, Trendelenburg, and Diterici, as quoted in Helmholtz: “Physiol. Optics,” 3rd Ed., Vol. 2, p. 107.

TroIand,

TroIand: Trans. I. E. S.,  13, pp. 26–27; 1918. Priest: Trans. I. E. S.,  13, pp. 75–77; 1918.

Phy. Rev. (1)

Phy. Rev. (2)  11, 498, 1918.

Trans. I. E. S. (1)

TroIand: Trans. I. E. S.,  13, pp. 26–27; 1918. Priest: Trans. I. E. S.,  13, pp. 75–77; 1918.

Other (4)

f (in vibrations per trillionth of one second)=300,000λ(in millimicrons)

Helmholtz, v. Kries, v. Frey, Koenig, Angier, Trendelenburg, and Diterici, as quoted in Helmholtz: “Physiol. Optics,” 3rd Ed., Vol. 2, p. 107.

Helmholtz: “Physiol. Optics,” 2nd Ed. (1896), pp. 316–319. Helmholtz: “Physiol. Optics,” 3rd Ed. Vol. 2, pp. 105–107. Parsons: “Introduction to Study of Color Vision” (Cambridge, 1915) Part I, Sec. II, Chap. III. Rood: “Modern Chromatics” (New York, 1879), p. 175. Köllner: “Störungen des Farbensinnes” (Berlin, 1912), p. 14. Luckiesh: “Color and Its Applications” (New York, 1915), pp. 59 and 75. Grünberg: Sitzb. Ak. Wein, II A,  113, pp. 627–636; 1904.
[Crossref]

Parsons:“Introduction to Study of Color Vision,” p. 35. Grünberg: Sitzb. Ak. Wien, II A,  113, pp. 627–636; 1904.

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( 530 f ) ( f comp 608 ) = 220
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f(in vibrations per trillionth of one second)=300,000λ(in millimicrons)