blue-violet


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Adj.1.blue-violet - of violet tinted with blue
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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They tell stories of how the land was set on fire by a bolt of lightning and believed that it was the heat from the "magic fire in the sky" that changed these crystals on the ground into glittering blue-violet gems.
It was pill-box hats and First Lady skirt suits, with the ultimate accessory - blue-violet painted skin.
com/faq/another-topic/do-you-have-a-crayola-crayon-color-chart/) 120 crayon colors in its complete selection, which include options like blue-violet, carnation pink, blue green and cerulean.
Silicone molded parts or coatings pigmented with the new paste shine a deep blue-violet when irradiated with UV light.
Hong Kong, Chinese mainland seen as Promising Markets For the Rare Blue-Violet Precious Stone from Africa
Studies show this high-energy, blue-violet light has been found to cause significant damage to retinal cells, and is a risk factor for the onset of age-related macular degeneration, a deterioration of the part of the retina responsible for sharp, central vision.
The absorption spectrum measured with a Perkin Elmer Lambda 12 spectrometer was characterized by two broad absorption regions in the red and blue-violet range, with no distinct absorption maxima.
Research by Essilor and Paris Vision Institute in 2008 found that a certain band of blue-violet light was the most harmful to the retina, causing retinal cell death.
However, too much blue-violet light, below 460nm, could potentially damage the eye.
INTERMEDIATE The students used Prismacolor pencils to mix yellow-orange, yellow-green, red-orange, red-violet, blue-green and blue-violet within the third shape.
The rugged, 100% cotton twill textile has been dyed using traditional blue-violet Indigo pigments, as denim has since the 18th century.
amellus King George, producing violet blue flowers from August to November and Violet Queen, a smaller variety growing to 60cm (25in) and bearing blue-violet flowers.