spectral colour


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n spectral colour a color that has hue
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In literature:

Through the spectral boughs of the sycamores the golden sky had faded to the colour of ashes.
"One Man in His Time" by Ellen Glasgow
Striking alterations of colour attended these spectral vicissitudes.
"A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century" by Agnes M. (Agnes Mary) Clerke
This was shown by Newton, who recombined the spectral colours and produced white.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 6, Slice 6" by Various
Our illustrations, in which perforce the colour is left out, are the palest, most spectral of shadows beside the glory of the original plates.
"William Blake" by Irene Langridge

In news:

Its unique, spectral-based colour model results in better colours simulations than any other proofing solution available .

In science:

Figure 9 shows various far-red and near-infrared colours plotted as a function of spectral type.
Forty seven new T dwarfs from the UKIDSS Large Area Survey
However, trends with increasing spectral type are apparent in some colours, suggesting changes that are driven principally by decreasing Teff .
Forty seven new T dwarfs from the UKIDSS Large Area Survey
We apply colour corrections to the Planck and WMAP measurements (the latter using the fit provided by Jarosik et al. 2003) based on an estimate of the spectral index in each band.
Radio to infrared spectra of late-type galaxies with Planck and WMAP data
In the online colour figure, red, blue and green shading illustrate spectral weight in the xz , yz , and xy orbitals respectively.
Breaking of four-fold lattice symmetry in a model for pnictide superconductors
To constrain the solutions it is required to use spectroscopic data or/and colours in other spectral ranges (e.g., Vazdekis et al. 1997).
MIUSCAT: extended MILES spectral coverage. II. Constraints from optical photometry