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colour blindness 470 physics, colour is associated specifically with
electromagnetic radiation of a certain range of wavelengths visible to the human
eye. Radia- (Top) Additive and (bottom) subtractive methods of colour
combination tion of ...
solute magnitudes (brightnesses) of stars and their colours, which are closely
related to their temperatures and spectral types. It is similar to the Hertzsprung-
Russell diagram except that the latter plots spectral types instead of colours and
April 12, 1885, Paris— d. Oct. 25, 1941, Montpellier, Fr.), French painter who first
introduced vibrant colour into Cubism and thereby originated the trend "La Tour
Eiffel," oil on canvas by Robert Delaunay, 1910-11; in the Kunstmuseum, Basel, ...
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