dichromate

(redirected from dichromat)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.
Related to dichromat: protanopia, dichromates

dichromate

[dī′krō‚māt]
(inorganic chemistry)
A salt of dichromic acid, usually orange or red. Also known as bichromate.
References in periodicals archive ?
On the other hand, similar sign (positive or negative) and magnitude errors emerged for the other CST- dichromat type combinations: Not very large and positive errors for Variantor-Deuteranopia; larger and negative errors for Coblis-protanopia and Coblis-deuteranopia.
c) The applicant can be an anomalous trichromat but not a dichromat
In a study by Birch, (36) a correct diagnosis based on the polarity of the plot was obtained for almost all dichromats and 50% of anomalous trichromats.
In the simplest case, dichromats have only one "normal" cone photopigment.
Visual thresholds in dichromats and normals: The importance of post-receptoral processes.
Suitably characterized, it is automaton 'colour vision' that will eventually unit dichromats, trichromats, tetrachromats and pentachromats.
RGI is zero for dichromats and close to unity for normal trichromats.
c) It can reliably differentiate between dichromats and anomalous trichromats
24) The present author then provided further data on both anomalous dichromats and examined dichromatic observers for the first time.