Achromic

• (a.) Free from color; colorless; as, in Physiol. Chem., the achromic point of a starch solution acted upon by an amylolytic enzyme is the point at which it fails to give any color with iodine.
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achromic

achromous adjective having no color
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Achromic

A·chro'mic adjective [ Greek ... colorless; ... priv. + ... color.] Free from color; colorless; as, in Physiol. Chem. , the achromic point of a starch solution acted upon by an amylolytic enzyme is the point at which it fails to give any color with iodine.
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achromic

achromatic, achromic 1. Without color; colorless; unpigmented. 2. White, gray, or black in appearance. 3. Transmitting light without any constituent color separation; such as, a lens.
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achromic

Colourless. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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achromic

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-krō′mik Definitions: 1. Colorless.
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achromic

[adj] - having no color
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