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chro·mat·ics

 (krō-măt′ĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
The scientific study of color.

chro′ma·tist (-mə-tĭst) n.
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chromatics

(krəʊˈmætɪks) or

chromatology

n
(Colours) (functioning as singular) the science of colour
chromatist, ˌchromaˈtologist n
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chro•mat•ics

(kroʊˈmæt ɪks, krə-)

n. (used with a sing. v.)
the science of colors.
[1700–10]
chro•ma•tist (ˈkroʊ mə tɪst) n.
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chromatics

the branch of opties that studies the properties of colors.
See also: Color
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