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chromatics

, chromatology
the science of colour

Chromatics

 

the systematized set of physical, physiological, and psychological data that pertain to the perception and discrimination of color. Chromatics includes the physical theory of color, the theory of color vision, and problems of the measurement and quantitative description of color (see). The rapid development of chromatics in the last third of the 20th century is associated with progress in constituent branches of the science.

chromatics

[krō′mad·iks]
(optics)
The branch of optics concerned with the properties of colors.
The part of colorimetry concerned with hue and saturation.
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PolyOne will be showcasing this new color range and additional Colorant Chromatics solutions at K 2013 in DE-sseldorf from 16 23 October (Hall 8a / Stand J13).
Examples of this include syncopated rhythms, crossover of hands, chromatic passages and quick melodic and rhythmic changes.
Our high-temperature solutions for the wire and cable industry help our customers expand into new applications and differentiate their products," said Barto Du Plessis, managing director, Colorant Chromatics.
The concept is simple, but it takes much practice to master the chromatics in Movable Do--remember, this is a method for sight singing.
Chromatics is an example, with its brights against classic motifs.
Colorant Chromatics color concentrates and high performance polymers, particularly fluoropolymers, for high temperature applications, OnColor color concentrates for optical fibers and automotive applications, OnCap anti-rodent and anti-termite additives, OnCap UV Protection additives for outdoor applications, OnCap PolyFoam forming agent, SmartbatchTM color and additive concentrates.
The asymmetrical rhythms, shifting time signatures and registers, and the once-again intense chromatics jar us back to the herky-jerky puppets as they summon their ersatz dance skills.
Dunham has methodically intensified the surface, chromatics, and figurative content of his work over the past five years, but in his most recent show the artist noticeably raised the stakes of his paintings in terms of their recognizable content, and even managed to crank up what we might call their retinal decibel level.
Sasaki keeps coming out with interesting, new, designs, and Mikasa's Chromatics line is nice because it's very lifestyle oriented," Vollmer said.
McKinney has held various sales and management positions at Chromatics and IBM.
These improvements are in response to growing demand for Colorant Chromatics technologies that help customers improve operational and supply chain efficiencies and increase profitability.