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Pigment Colours - Classification

Colour or color[1] is a property of light as seen by people. The British and Canadian spelling of the word is colour, the word color is used in American English.

The property of light that can seen by people is called color.

The property that gives a beautiful look to an object is also known as color

The colour of something is the appearance that it has as a result of the way in which it reflects light. Red, blue, and green are colours.

The most common colour names are:

"Primary colours" can be mixed to make the other colours. Red, yellow and blue are the three traditional primary colours. The primary colours for television screens and computer monitors are red, green and blue. Printers use magenta, yellow and cyan as their primary colours; they also use black.

People who can not see colours or have a distorted sense of colour are called colour blind. Most colour blind people are male.

Colours are sometimes added to food. Food colouring is used to colour food, but some foods have natural colourings, like beta carotene.

When something has no colour, it is transparent. An example is air.

A translucent material is not the same as a colourless material because it can still have a colour, like stained glass.

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List of colors Barsha color[change | change source]

  • amaranth
  • amaranth cerise
  • amaranth deep purple
  • amaranth magenta
  • amaranth pink
  • amaranth purple
  • bright amaranth pink
  • pale amaranth pink

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