chromatic diagram

chromatic diagram

[krō′mad·ik ′dī·ə‚gram]
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Figure 7 shows the distributions for the different concentrations as illustrated in the CIE chromatic diagram. As can be seen in this figure, if magenta light is required, then the 2.11 wt% would be a good choice for this design.
The CIE coordinates are shown in Table 4, and the distributions for the different concentrations in the CIE chromatic diagram are shown in Figure 9.
Figure 1 shows CIE Lab chromatic diagram for light and dark skin colour through single phases of digital photography system.
His configurations become afterimages of their own material preexistence - chromatic diagrams of forces already present in the place or in the painter's materials - sensory phenomena that can seem more virtual than real.