monochromatic

Exhibiting only a single color. Minerals that are monochromatic occur in only one color, no matter what specimen.
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monochromatic

Radiation that has a single wavelength.
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Monochromatic

• (a.) Consisting of one color, or presenting rays of light of one color only.
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monochromatic

<microscopy> All objects in a group (electrons, light, X-rays etc.) have the same energy or wavelength. ... (05 Aug 1998) ...
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monochromatic

(mon″o-kro-mat´ik) existing in or having only one color. able to see only one color; see monochromatic vision. staining with only one dye at a time.
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monochromatic

homochromatic adjective (of light or other electromagnetic radiation) having only one wavelength; `monochromatic light`
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Monochromatic

Mon`o·chro·mat'ic adjective [ Confer French monochromatique . See Monochrome .] Consisting of one color, or presenting rays of light of one color only. Monochromatic lamp (Opt.) , a lamp whose flame yields rays of some one homogenous light. It is of great importance in...
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monochromatic

A color scheme limited to variations of one hue, a hue with its tints and/or shades.
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Monochromatic

A single color in all it's values
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Monochromatic

A single color in all it's values.
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Monochromatic

A single color in all it's values.
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Monochromatic

Are light rays of a single wavelength.
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Monochromatic

Consisting of only a single color or hue; may include its tints and shades.
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monochromatic

Having only one color. Descriptive of work in which one hue - perhaps with variations of value and intensity - predominates.
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Monochromatic

In a contemporary painting the colour scheme that involves using different degrees of a single colour.
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Monochromatic

In painting, a work based on variations of one color.
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monochromatic

Of one wavelength or color. Laser light is monochromatic.
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Monochromatic

Radiation that has a single wavelength.
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Monochromatic

Radiation that has a single wavelength. See also: Frequency, Wavelength.
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Monochromatic

Relies on only one color family to create a design; uses a combination of tints, tones, and shades from the same family to achieve desired effect.
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Monochromatic

The use of one particular shade, color, or hue in a piece of art.
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monochromatic

Type: Term Pronunciation: mon′ō-krō-mat′ik Definitions: 1. Having but one color. 2. Indicating a light of a single wavelength. 3. Relating to or characterized by monochromatism. Synonyms: monochroic, monochromic
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monochromatic

[adj] - having or appearing to have only one color 2. [adj] - (of light or other electromagnetic radiation) having only one wavelength
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