Abstract

The purpose of the present study is to predict the whole chromatic path traveled by the colors of glossy anodized titanium samples in every specular geometry. It is based on measurements of the samples’ reflectance spectra in a limited number of specular geometries, which allow us to obtain the oxide layer structural parameters (thickness, refractive index), which are then put into an optical model to predict the samples' reflectance spectra in every specular geometry. A good color prediction performance is obtained, with an average ${\Delta}{{ E}_{94}}$ color distance over all samples and geometries of 1.9. The oxide layer structural parameters are also in good agreement with refractive index values extracted from the literature and thicknesses measured on electron microscopy images of sample sections.

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