Next, the outputs of the chromaticity
components of the AGW and the intensity components of the DHE are combined to form the new underwater image.
Caption: Figure 1: (a) UV-Vis spectra of cochineal pigment at pH 3.8 (black) and 12.0 (blue) with corresponding CIE chromaticity
In the bright state, the error of (%, y) chromaticity
is about 0.003; in the dark state, chromaticity
error is about 0.01.
Figure 3 presents a structural diagram of the above outlined processes as used to derive the xyz chromaticity
coordinates, hue colour angle aw, and FUI from the smartphone images.
Caption: FIGURE 8: (a) Room temperature emission spectrum (Ex slits = 2 nm, Em slits = 5 nm), (b) the decay curve of [Sm.sup.3+] ([sup.4][D.sub.4/2]- [sup.6][H.sub.7/2]), and (c) the CIE chromaticity
diagram for the NaY[F.sub.4]:3% [Sm.sup.3+] samples.
The average data obtained for the luminosity and chromaticity
in all solutions are presented in
(2007) quantified pearl color data using CIE chromaticity
and established color analysis systems.
The new pigment additions are Aqua, Indigo, Magenta, and Copper, all characterized by their high brilliance, purity, and chromaticity
The chemicals company now offers all five of its 'Lumina Royal' high chromaticity
effect pigments for plastics applications, which it says will enable producers of plastics to create special effects and creative styling opt ions for applications such as packaging, electronic and household appliances as well as toys.
of the orange dye in these trials is characterized by the a* and b* values (Table 7).
Formulated to offer chemical, temperature, and weathering resistance and high tinting strength, Yellow 2550 has a high level of chromaticity
. The HEUCOPHOS[R] CMP is a new zinc-free anticorrosive pigment comprising a nonhazardous metal complex based on phosphate.