color saturation


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color saturation

[′kəl·ər sach·ə′rā·shən]
(optics)
The degree to which a color is mixed with white; high saturation means little white, low saturation means much white. Also known as chroma; saturation.
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With reflective and transmissive color technologies, there has traditionally been a trade-off between color saturation and reflectance (i.
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