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noun
astronomy the difference between the apparent magnitude of a star measured in one standard waveband and in a longer standard waveband, indicating its colour and temperature
geology the sum of the dark or coloured minerals of a rock, expressed as a percentage of the total minerals
chem physics a systematic arrangement of colours according to their hue, saturation, and brightness
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