For definitions of Hue, Value, and Chroma, see paragraphs 20–23.
Chroma is the quality by which we distinguish a strong color from a weak one.
Initial for hue, numeral above for value, numeral below for chroma.
Three scales united,—each step a change of hue, value, and chroma.
Opposites unequal both in value and chroma (R7/3 and BG3/7).
We have no blue flower that can equal the chroma of the buttercup.
Colors in nature and art, defined by hue, value, and chroma.
It becomes necessary to record at regular intervals, this loss of chroma.
If two hues are used, one of them should be reduced in chroma to nearly gray.
Figure 457 shows only one instance of a hue unreduced in chroma.