isochromatic


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isochromatic

 [i″so-kro-mat´ik]
of the same color throughout.

i·so·chro·mat·ic

(ī'sō-krō-mat'ik),
1. Of uniform color. Synonym(s): isochroous
2. Denoting two objects of the same color.
[iso- + G. chrōma, color]

isochromatic

/iso·chro·mat·ic/ (-kro-mat´ik) of the same color throughout.

i·so·chro·mat·ic

(ī'sō-krō-mat'ik)
1. Of uniform color.
2. Denoting two objects of the same color.
[iso- + G. chrōma, color]

isochromatic

Possessing the same colour.

isochromatic

of the same color throughout.
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