achromatic definition

  • adjective:
    • Designating color perceived to have zero saturation therefore no hue, eg natural grays, white, or black colored.
    • Refracting light without spectral shade separation.
    • Biology tough to stain with standard dyes. Utilized in mention of the cells or areas.
    • songs Having only the diatonic tones of this scale.
    • free of shade; transferring light without color-related distortion.
    • Containing components particularly achromatic contacts and prisms, designed to prevent color-related distortion.
    • Uncolored; perhaps not absorbing shade from a fluid; -- said of tissue
    • Having just the diatonic notes of the scale; not changed by accidentals.
    • Being achromatic in topic
    • Free from color; transmitting light without decomposing it into its main colors.
    • Uncolored; maybe not absorbing shade from a fluid; -- stated of muscle.
    • having no hue
  • others:
    • Destitute of shade; without color; transferring light without decomposing it into its constituent colors: because, an achromatic lens or telescope.
    • In biology: Colorless; hyaline.

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