Definition of Monochromats
1. monochromat [n] - See also: monochromat
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monochromats
Literary usage of Monochromats
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New Psychology by Edward Wheeler Scripture (1897)
"For the congenital monochromats, so far as investigated, the fundamental colour does not coincide with any one of the fundamental colours of the other ..."
2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"For this reason the objectives have been called monochromats, as they have only been ... Rohr's monochromats are constructed with apertures up to 1*25. ..."
3. Microscopes and Microscopical Accessories by Carl Zeiss (Firm : 1846) (1906)
"To the two types of objectives just mentioned there has been added recently yet a third, computed by VON ROHR: the type of the monochromats. ..."
4. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1906)
"The objectives are monochromats specially computed by Dr. M. von Rohr, member of the scientific staff of Messrs. Carl Zeiss, Jena. ..."
5. Photo-chemistry by Samuel Edward Sheppard (1914)
"... where K' = log (Qra) K2 = ^ log e the value of the constants being obtained graphically by plotting the monochromats. As K' and K., do not depend on the ..."
6. Thinking, Feeling, Doing: An Introduction to Mental Science by Edward Wheeler Scripture (1907)
"... yellow stars on black field monochromats: black and white stripes ; white " " grey " Owing to their inability to distinguish red and green except as ..."
7. Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards by Bureau of Standards, United States Bureau of Standards, United States (1909)
"It relates to nine individuals, of whom three were totally color blind (monochromats), two were partially color blind (dichromats), and four of normal ..."