color standard

color standard

[′kəl·ər ‚stan·dərd]
(analytical chemistry)
Liquid solution of known chemical composition and concentration, hence of known and standardized color, used for optical analysis of samples of unknown strength.
References in periodicals archive ?
Quinn and Hammond have assisted hundreds of shops, offering printers the necessary education and support to reach their color standard goals.
DCI-P3 is the most optimal color standard for digital cinema.
There's no color standard for Mountain Feists; they can be almost any color or pattern, but albinism is a disqualifying fault in the conformation ring.
Once a scanner has been activated, the user can switch back and forth among all tips (black-and-white standard, portrait, landscape and color standard) on that scanner.
The plant is now producing the best color quality in the Sankei group and has established the color standard for all Sankei planks to meet.
1997), and a Labsphere[R] (North Sutton, NH) yellow color standard was placed next to the butterfly.
There are commercially available computer programs that can calculate the colorant loading proportions for a color formula that matches a color standard. Because these programs perform an exhaustive search, they require a user to select a subset of the allowable colorants.
Pantone, the international color standard, is standing by yellow for its pick for the coming year.
Color standards must match "apples and apples" and a lab-ground whole bean sample cannot be expected to be color comparable to a Gran-U-Lizer ground product; however, a particular color standard can be established for each grinding methodology, which can then be certified for future color control purposes.
Type I WD CARC Federal NSN Color Standard Kit Size 8010- 595 No.
It enables users to view applied color against color standard panels at specific angles to improve communications about colors since colors, especially metallics and pearlescents, appear differently at varying angels.