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The Dimensions of Psychological Color Solid

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Elementary Color Excitations for Different Wave Lengths

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Color Triangle, Showing Loci of Spectral and Black Body Excitations

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Wave-Lengths of Complimentary Hues

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Frequencies of Complementary Hues

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Spectral Energy Distributions of Natural and Artificial Sunlight

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Spectral Transmission of Tungsten-to-Daylight Filter (Wratten No. 78) (According to the Wratten Light Filter Booklet.)

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Triangle, Showing Loci for Various Monochromatic Analyses

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Color Triangle, Showing Loci of Spectral and Certain Rotatory Disperson Excitations

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Table 1 Equivalents in Terms of Fresnels of Wave-lengths in Millimicrons

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Table 2 Average Normal Visibility ValuesAdopted as Standard by the Illuminating Engineering Society and the Optical Society of America 1919–1920.13

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Table 3 Spectral Chroma Scale

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Table 4 Saturation Scale Data

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Table 5 Comparative Saturations of Spectral Colors

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Table 6 Spectral Colors in Terms of Elementary Excitations

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Table 7 Relative Energy of a Black Body at Various Temperatures and Wave-Lengths

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Table 8 Relative Intensity Values over the Visible Spectrum for Average Noon Sunlight (Computed from Abbot’s data)

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Table 9 Color Temperatures of Common Illuminantsa

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Table 10 Color Temperatures of Vacuum Tungsten Filaments at Various Efficienciesa

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Table 11 Transmissions for Various Wave-Lengths of Ives Colorimeter Filtersa

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Table 12 Transmissions of Approved Photographic Taking Filtersλ=Wave-length in .T=Fraction of incident radiation transmitted.

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Table 13 Monochromatic Analyses of Certain Ridgway Colorsa

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Table 14A Percentage Color Excitation Values for Representative Monochromatic Analyses: Spectral Hues.

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Table 14B Color Excitation Values for Representative Monochromatic Analyses; Purple Hues

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Table 15 Coefficients for Interconverting Ives Colorimeter Data and Excitation Values

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Table 16 Excitation Values of Certain Rotatory Dispersion Colors(Comparison source=acetylene color)(Quartz thickness=1 mm.)(Φ=the angle between the Nicol prisms)

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Table 17 Percentage Excitation Values for Black Body Colors Computed by Means of the Planckian Formula (C2=14,350)

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Table 18 Percentage Excitation Values for Certain Munsell Colorsa

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( 530 - f )     ( f c - 608 ) = 220 ,
E = c 1 λ 5 ( e c 2 λ T - 1 )