monochromaticity


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monochromaticity

[-krō′mətis′itē]
the specificity of light in a single defined wavelength. If the specificity is in the visible light spectrum, it is only one color.
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Laser diodes are small, lightweight, highly efficiency and have excellent color reproducibility because of a high level of monochromaticity.