Colour Differences in Chroma (C)

Chroma (C*) represents the degree of Brightness or Saturation:

Chroma is defined as the degree of colour purity, saturation or brilliance for a given colour. Samples which have very low Chroma, would be either white, grey or black shades. These are sometimes called achromatic.

A sample may be brighter or duller than the standard.

Dyers use the terms, brighter or flatter.

Colour Differences in Chroma

Fig.Colour Differences in Chroma (C)

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