Abstract

The Adams color difference index has been applied to small color differences (mainly obtained from exposure to light) between highly selective transparent colors in acrylic resins. The results have been compared with visual estimates of the color differences. A satisfactory correlation, with some interesting exceptions, exists between the two methods.

© 1953 Optical Society of America

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