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Light and Vision

Nature volume 101, pages 295297 (13 June 1918) | Download Citation

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THE phenomena which take place between the “A incidence of light on the cornea and the mental appreciation of the fact may conveniently be divided into three stages:-

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    Abridged from a paper read at the meeting of the Society of Illuminating Engineers on April 16 by Prof. W. M. Bayliss, F.R.S.

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