Colour Differences in Lightness (L)

Lightness (L*) represents the degree of lightness or darkness:

A sample may be either lighter or darker than the standard.

Dark colours have low values of L*, whereas a perfect white sample would have an L* value of 100.

Dyers use the terms, thinner or fuller.

Colour Differences in Lightness

Fig. Colour Differences in Lightness (L)

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