achromaticity


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Synonyms for achromaticity

the visual property of being without chromatic color

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T]) values, respectively, for each level of achromaticity, and for each group of observers (i.
Achromaticity would heighten similarities and flatten differences.
The investigation results show almost linear shift towards the area of achromaticity for handsheets made from the fibers before and after flotation with the increasing time of print ageing.
32) On the Dollonds see Richard Sorrenson, "Dollond & Son's Pursuit of Achromaticity, 1758-1789," History of Science, 39 (2001), pp.
Having 5nm optical resolution and wavelength range of 350nm-1100nm, it precisely measures color, achromaticity, whiteness and yellowness.