Adjective(1) able to refract light without spectral color separation(2) based on a scale consisting of 12 semitones(3) being or having or characterized by hue
(1) On the other side his use of colour is very far from the traditional concept of harmony: the chromatic juxtapositions are often daring, or they are previously decided following laws fixed by the artist.(2) This fusion occurs only when the chromatic dots are too small to be resolved by the eye, or when they are viewed at sufficient distance.(3) Whitney also wrote on graph theory, in particular the colouring of graphs and chromatic polynomials.(4) In the experiments described in the last two sections, we purposely made achromatic intensity unreliable, to prove that moths used the chromatic aspect of colour.(5) When the holes are placed at proportioned intervals, a simple chromatic scale can be produced.(6) Both of these pitch standards define what are called ├ö├ç├┐equal tempered chromatic scales.├ö├ç├û(7) Perhaps the most solemn instrument is a full set of 65 chromatic bronze bells that date back 2,500 years.(8) Though you hardly notice it, the melody, beginning with its hook, is highly chromatic , and the harmony constantly mixes the major and minor modes in a way surprisingly reminiscent of Schumann or Brahms.(9) Although the piece is indebted to lush, late - 19 th-century chromatic harmony, there's something classical about the ambience of FaurÔö£┬«'s soundworld.(10) When one works in a chromatic , rather than diatonic, idiom to begin with, it's not unusual to want to work with basic materials which incorporate all twelve tones.(11) Female color patches, on the other hand, show lower chromatic and brightness contrast against the natural litter.(12) Within the realm of the image, the two ends of the chromatic scale stand out via the characters' insistence on evoking black and white animals, especially the zebra.(13) If the reduction of chromatic processing is due to postreceptoral colour mechanisms, we should expect age-related deficits in this task.(14) Campbell and company received the honour for their article ├ö├ç├┐Multifocal lenses compensate for chromatic defocus in vertebrate eyes,├ö├ç├û which was first published in 1999.(15) They are chromatic rays within a certain section of the spectrum.(16) But when chromatic lights or colouring substances are mixed the eye sees only one colour and does not analyse out the components.
(1) chromatic aberration :: 色収差
1. chromatic ::
2. varicolored ::
3. colourful ::
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