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  7. Smith, Morris, and Dimmick, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 42, 872 (1952).

Lee, R. H.

R. H. Lee, "Comparison of rates of dark adaptation under red illumination and in total darkness." Naval Medical Research Institute, December, 1943. Research Project No. X-218.

McLaughlin, S. C.

S. C. McLaughlin, "A facilitative effect of red light on dark adaptation." U. S. Naval School of Aviation Medicine, Pensacola, Florida Project No. NM001059.28.01.

Miles, W. R.

W. R. Miles, Fed. Proc., 2, 109–115 (June, 1943).

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Admiralty Research Laboratory (Great Britain). "Dark adaptation following exposure to red, orange, and white light for different times and at different intensities." ARL/N6/0.360(November, 1942).

Admiralty Research Laboratory (Great Britain). "Dark adaptation following exposure of the eyes to light of different colours, including red, orange, green, and blue." ARL/N9./0.360(February, 1943).

R. H. Lee, "Comparison of rates of dark adaptation under red illumination and in total darkness." Naval Medical Research Institute, December, 1943. Research Project No. X-218.

S. C. McLaughlin, "A facilitative effect of red light on dark adaptation." U. S. Naval School of Aviation Medicine, Pensacola, Florida Project No. NM001059.28.01.

W. R. Miles, Fed. Proc., 2, 109–115 (June, 1943).

Mitchell, Morris, and Dimmick, "The relation of dark adaptation to duration of prior red adaptation," Naval Medical Research Laboratory, Report No. 166, 9, 258–277 (December, 1950).

Smith, Morris, and Dimmick, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 42, 872 (1952).

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