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Synonyms for Daltonism

dichromacy characterized by a lowered sensitivity to green light resulting in an inability to distinguish green and purplish-red

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51,61,62) However, this cue might be of only limited use to the daltonian.
Among specialized terms, daltonian has given rise to the adapted forms daltoniano and daltonico.
Finally, Avogadro assumed that a given volume at a given temperature and pressure of gas would contain the same number of molecules: apparently because he thought that this was the best way to reconcile the Daltonian picture to the law of combining volumes.
After his return to Haiti, Volel was asked by the Daltonian if he feared for his life.
Examples of theories Kitcher sketches include answers to significant questions about compound weights given by the successive schemata of Daltonian chemistry, its nineteenth-century refinement as valence chemistry, and its twentieth-century development into electron shell-filling.