Munsell


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Mun·sell

(mŭn-sel'),
Albert H., U.S. artist, 1858-1918. See: Farnsworth-Munsell color test.

Mun·sell

(mŭn-sel'),
Hazel E., early 20th-century U.S. chemist. See: Sherman-Munsell unit.
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But, as Munsell argues, although CF&I became a leader in industrial sociology, this form of welfare capitalism would only feed miners' desires for "industrial democracy.
The Adams D15 has the same hues as the D15 but with Munsell value 5 and chroma 2.
Testa is light brown (dark red 5, sensu Munsell 2000) to dark brown (black 2, sensu Munsell 2000) in old seeds; surface smooth, bright; linea fissura (=pleurogram) on both faces, slightly depressed, horseshoe-shaped, covering 10% of the seed surface, arms of equal length.
Clark published the first study on color ranges of natural teeth, with the following Munsell H/V/C values: 6YR to 9.
Soil colour is measured applying different methods; however, the Munsell notation system is the most widely used one for colour naming studies (Buchsbaum, Bloch 2002; Hytonen, Wall 2006; Mouazen et al.
But then, wait, on page 307, there's Steve Munsell.
Dean Hall nabbed the lone counter for Highlander, Chris Munsell and Ricky Kent (2) netting for Ryton.
The sediment colour was described according to Munsell soil colour chart (Munsell 1998), the organic matter (OM) and carbonate contents of the sediment were determined by loss-on-ignition analysis at 500[degrees]C and 1000[degrees]C, respectively.
The most widely used color order system is the Munsell Color Order System.
According to the Munsell Color System, which is the standard color measurement of fiber, 3 healthy alpacas were selected for each of the 22 different hair color phenotypes (Figure 1)(66 alpacas altogether).