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  1. Especially an article by Pietsch, "Die Ausdehnung des Gesichtfeldes für weisse und farbige Objekte bei Verschiedenen Refraktionszustanden." Breslau, 1896.[J. O. S. A., V.
  2. We are indebted to Dr. Kellner for the idea of passing beams of small cross section through the different zones of the eye and the use of strips as described on page 26 to obtain such beams.
  3. Helmholtz Physiologischen Optik, 3rd Ed., pp. 268 and 269, Vol. 1.
  4. Proceedings of the Royal Society A, Vol. 90 (1914).
  5. "Handbuch der Phys. Opt."
  6. Arch. für Oph. 25, p. 257 (1879).
  7. "Die Grenzen des Gesichtsfeldes in Beziehung zu denen der Netzhaut," Arch. für Ophth. 23, p. 255 (1877).
  8. "Note sur la Situation des Image retiennes formées par les Rayons tres obliques sur l'Axe optique," Arch. d'Ophth., 18, p. 685 (1898).
  9. Oeuvres de Young, 1896, p. 134.
  10. "Physiologic Optics," published by The Keystone Press, 1904. Chapter xiv.

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Especially an article by Pietsch, "Die Ausdehnung des Gesichtfeldes für weisse und farbige Objekte bei Verschiedenen Refraktionszustanden." Breslau, 1896.[J. O. S. A., V.

We are indebted to Dr. Kellner for the idea of passing beams of small cross section through the different zones of the eye and the use of strips as described on page 26 to obtain such beams.

Helmholtz Physiologischen Optik, 3rd Ed., pp. 268 and 269, Vol. 1.

Proceedings of the Royal Society A, Vol. 90 (1914).

"Handbuch der Phys. Opt."

Arch. für Oph. 25, p. 257 (1879).

"Die Grenzen des Gesichtsfeldes in Beziehung zu denen der Netzhaut," Arch. für Ophth. 23, p. 255 (1877).

"Note sur la Situation des Image retiennes formées par les Rayons tres obliques sur l'Axe optique," Arch. d'Ophth., 18, p. 685 (1898).

Oeuvres de Young, 1896, p. 134.

"Physiologic Optics," published by The Keystone Press, 1904. Chapter xiv.

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