color contamination

color contamination

[′kəl·ər kən‚tam·ə′nā·shən]
(electronics)
An error in the color rendition of a color television picture that results from incomplete separation of the paths that carry different color components of a picture.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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These include reduced color contamination, more uniform coating thickness and better coating of Faraday cages.
"Converters do need to follow best practices for avoiding contamination, since these specialty inks can be affected by strong solvents and even color contamination from nearby standard inks," he said.
Dyna-Purge A reportedly combines features of both mechanical and chemical purging products, with non-hazardous ingredients that reach all stagnation areas and break down the color contamination.
In olden days, the color contamination in the cotton was identified by the labor's working in the industry.
These processing plants usually will not allow colored fiber to be processed there, understandably, to prevent color contamination into the white.
Then the feed system booth was completely cleaned and a pound of the new powder in dark blue was sprayed out to check for color contamination. This whole process was completed in 10 minutes.