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Definition of the adjective achromatic
What does achromatic mean as an attribute of a noun?
- having no hue
- synonym of achromatic: neutral
- antonym of achromatic: chromatic
- similar: argent / silver / silverish / silvery; ash-gray / ash-grey / ashy; blackish; black-gray / black-grey / blackish-gray / blackish-grey; blue-white / bluish-white / cool-white; blue-gray / blue-grey / bluish-gray / bluish-grey; blue-black / bluish black; brown-black / brownish-black; brown-gray / brown-grey / brownish-gray / brownish-grey; canescent; chalky; charcoal / charcoal-gray / charcoal-grey; coal-black / jet / jet-black / pitchy / sooty; cottony-white; dull-white; ebon / ebony; gray / grayish / grey / greyish; gray-black / grayish-black / grey-black / greyish-black; gray-white / grayish-white / grey-white / greyish-white; greenish-gray / greenish-grey; green-white / greenish-white; hueless; ink-black / inky / inky-black; iron-gray / iron-grey; lily-white; milk-white; olive-gray / olive-grey; dark-gray / dark-grey / oxford-gray / oxford-grey; pearl gray / pearl grey; pearly / pearly-white; pinkish-white; purple-black / purplish-black; purple-white / purplish-white; red-gray / red-grey / reddish-gray / reddish-grey; sable; silver-gray / silver-grey / silvery-gray / silvery-grey; silver-white / silvery-white; slate-black; slate-gray / slate-grey / slatey / slaty / slaty-gray / slaty-grey / stone-gray / stone-grey; snow-white / snowy; soot-black / sooty-black; violet-black; white-flowered; off-white / whitish; yellow-gray / yellow-grey / yellowish-gray / yellowish-grey; yellow-white / yellowish-white
- attribute: chromaticity / hue = the quality of a color as determined by its dominant wavelength
- see also: colorless / colourless
Alternative definition of the adjective achromatic
- [optics] Free from color; transmitting light without color-related distortion.
- Containing components such as achromatic lenses and prisms, designed to prevent color-related distortion.
- [biology] Uncolored; not absorbing color from a fluid; -- said of tissue
- [music] Having only the diatonic notes of the scale; not modified by accidentals.
- Being achromatic in subject
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by C. R. Kitchin
achromatic doublet See achromatic lens. achromatic lens A lens in which the chromatic aberration has been reduced compared with that to be expected from a simple lens. The first achromat was invented by Chester Moor Hall in 1733 and ...
Compound Achromatic Microscope. Although the achromatic microscope has only recently “chromatic come into use as an effective and superior instrument, yet microscope. M. Sel. ligues. it can scarcely be considered as a new instrument.
by Michel Millodot
achromat See lens, achromatic. achromatic 1. See lens, achromatic. 2. The condition of being totally colour blind.
by Ari Ben-Menahem
Independently invented the achromatic telescope, using an objective lens, composed of two kinds of glass so that the chromatic aberration in one kind of glass is compensated for by the other kind of glass. Hall, an amateur scientist from Essex, ...
by Martin H. Weik
achromatic 11 accommodation. A function of the human eye, whereby the eye's total refraction power (accomplished by a neuromuscular feedback system from the fovea of the retina to muscles that cause the lens to thin or thicken) is varied in ...
by Michael R. Peres
373 acetic acid, 37 acetylene, 37 achromatic, ...
Concise Medical Dictionary (2015)
by Elizabeth Martin
achromatic. lenses. lenses that are specially designed to give clear images, eliminating the coloured fringes that are produced with ordinary lenses (caused by splitting of the light into different wavelengths and hence its component colours).
by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press
achromat see achromatic lens.
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1842)
Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature
Compound Achromatic Microscope. Although the achromatic microscope has only recently “mum”: come into use as an effective and superior instrument, yet mirroKw:.\L Sel. “gas it can scarcely be considered as a new instrument.
The Dictionary of Psychology (2002)
by Raymond J. Corsini
achromatic I1. BevisI Colorless. Black and white.
by Douglas M. Considine, Glenn D. Considine
ACHROMATIC. Free from hue. Transmitting light without showing its constituent colors, or separating it into them. An achromatic color sometimes is referred to as gray. Achromatic Combination. If reversed crown and flint prisms are made of ...
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