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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.
There are 85 Munsell hues selected from a complete hue circle divided between four boxes.
The colour of the homogenized ash samples was determined using the Munsell Colour Book.
The three Munsell dimensions can be put together to form a color space in the shape of a cylinder.
00159 (b) 22 different hair colors were divided into 7 hues by Munsell color system.
We always listen to our customers, but we took an even more thoughtful and pragmatic process this time around," Munsell told AFP.
It was developed by the US painter Henry Munsell between 1905 & 1916 (Source - e.
NORRIS WEST, director of communications for strategic consulting at Casey family Programs; ROBIN RAWLS, director of communications and health promotion, Alabama Medicaid Agency; and JULIE MUNSELL, director of communications, Arkansas Department of Human Services, exchange views on how to do quality media work on a shoestring.
We installed the new clean room to meet the demands of our growing base of medical customers," said Leigh Munsell, president of International Rubber Products, which owns Viking Medical.
To assign numerical values to colors, Munsell used notations to describe color in terms of hue, value and chroma.
Most wire and cable concentrates based on Munsell color standards but are suitable for other applications.
Coverage includes a short history of color harmony from ancient Greece to modern times followed by analyses of 12 key books on color, including the work of Goethe, Chevreul, Helmholtz, Munsell, Katz, Kandinsky, Pope, Wright, Judd, Arnheim, Itten, and Albers.