What is the hex colour code for colour less or a transparent color?
There is no hex color code for that. It is generally handled by a separate setting, for example, in openGL, there is an additional variable along with the hex called the alpha value which controls transparency.
There is no hex color code for a transparent or colorless color because there is no such color as transparent. Transparent is whatever color the backdrop is. Thus, there is an almost indefinite number of colors that could be considered feasibly transparent... but are not transparent. In other words, there needs to be a "transparent" option to switch any electronic color code setting to transparent.
it is colour less only b`coz the colour of phenolpthaline is pink then we dilute in hcl and hcl is colour less that`s why it is colour less
color less (white)
it is a colour less powder.
They are colour less organisms. So they are stained to observe
Pure calcite is transparent or slightly translucent, however less pure samples are milky white.
Gray is the most resistant to hair colour, red will wash out in less than a month. The best way to pick your color is to hold the sample next to your eye. When the colour of your eye pops, that is your colour
A star with a temperature less that 3,700K has a spectral class of M and will have the colour red.
pink most likey as less cars have colour like this
pea green when laid, later they become less bright in colour
The stage directions do not specify a carpet, much less its color.
it is colour less but when you are testing foods for fat, if fat is present it creates a cloudy ring. answered by chazbbes it is colour less but when you are testing foods for fat, if fat is present it creates a cloudy ring. answered by chazbbes
you can use < for more transparent and > for less :)
Unless you stain a cell each organelle is more or less colour-less. Under the microscope the nucleus might appear a little bit darker.
yes, but only slightly beacuase there is a difference of the water, from less salty to more. They get their colour from their parents, from what typeof jelly fish they were. Jelly fish change colour when they die too, become more pale and loose colour.
"The less colour present in a diamond, the higher will be its colour grade. Colour will naturally manifest in the diamond as a pale yellow, and that is why colour grade refers to this lack of colour. The human eye detects the sparkle of a diamond first and then its colour. This is the reason that colour is usually considered the second most important characteristic, after cut."
If the colour cannot be compared to one of the three primary colours (Red, Blue, Yellow), then it is a new colour. The obvious way to test is to mix that colour with each primary colour and see if any of then emerge as more than 50% that colour. If the answer for each one is less than 50%, congratulations on the discovery of a new colour.
every color absorbs heat ... but white absorbs less heat ...and black colour absorbs more heat ..
Brighter the room colour required lesser electrical lighting and less heat would absorb and loss through wall. Choice of colour usually white and yellow tone.
In Jesus time, people couldn't care less what colour they wore, but according to most pictures of Jesus he wore white.
I dont now why dont you just mixe them and find out. ------- We would call that a 'less saturated green'. Go to color-hex.com and enter b0ffb0 to see the colour immediately.
Red colour has large wave length so scattering of red colour is in less amount in the fog day also driver could see sign of danger clearly, for that purpose ...
Pink in basic, colourless in acidic and neutral If you are really mad and want to know the colour for less that pH 0, its red.
because it is less weight and it is transparent.
Then you would have less privacy.
rich gold colour with lighter circles around the eye and muzzle and lighter shading on the legs. Personally i find friesians less frisky!!!!
We would call that a 'less saturated green'. Go to color-hex.com and enter b0ffb0 to see the colour immediately.
Is there something wrong with a 500 gram Cyprinus carpio Linnaeus carp if its body is white of of color and the forehead is transparent?
I saw a "koi" japanese carp in a small pond, inside a buddhist temple in Tokyo, with its body completely transparent. You can see the squeleton of the fish, swimming along other normal fish; also, I saw in the same place another fish with the head transparent, and the rest of the body more or less normal. I have the pictures. Maybe nobody nows about it.
Inside the colour of a human is dependant on which organ you are looking at. It is primarily red due to the blood which supplies all organs and tissues. Outside, it is dependant on the pigmentation of the dermal layer. If the dermal layer contains large quantities of Melanin the colour will be darker, if there is less Melanin the colour will be paler.
You can tell that it is the cation which is causing the flame colour because all compounds of Sodium will give a yellow/orange colour regard less of the anion. All compounds of Copper give a blue/green colour regardless of the anion. If the anion was producing the flame colour then all nitrates would be the same colour but they are not - sodium nitrate gives an orange and copper nitrate a green/blue colour because of… Read More
If a transparent block were either more dense or less dense, then the intensity of the ray of light would most likely be less or greater, respectively. Note: This statement applies only to the case where the ray of light under discussion had traversed the transparent block. The density of the block has no influence whatsoever on the intensity of a ray of light in the next laboratory or the next county.
White colour comes from the mixing of many wavelengths. If you take one grain of a crystal, such as sugar or salt, where the atoms are arranged more or less orderly, the the light isn't as diffused as it would be if you have many but smaller grains. Many grains end up mixing the light and refracting it from many different angles and so producing a white colour.
The "nucleus" of the eye that you're referring to is called the iris. Its color depends on the amount of melanin you have. The lighter your eyes are, the less melanin you have. The darker your irises are, the more melanin you have.
If you are mixing paint you can make a pale skin color by adding a little bit of red and yellow to white. You should add less yellow than red. Add in the colors slowly so that you can control how dark the color is getting.
the colour is white
It depends on what kind of chemical reaction. lower energy chemical reactions are less likely to have color changes. in other words, there is really no way to answer. Just one note: color change means chemical reaction, but chemical reaction doesn't always mean color change
If "normal" fluid intake is assumed to mean a properly hydrated person, urine should be clear to slightly pale yellow; the less colour, the better.
because people think that people with color are less important than people with no color because people think that people with color are less important than people with no color because people think that people with color are less important than people with no color because people think that people with color are less important than people with no color because people think that people with color are less important than people with no color
It really depends on the type of glass. "Glass" is a more or less generic name for different substances that look transparent for us. The normal glass is mainly transparent for visible light; it will absorb both most ultraviolet light, and most infrared light.
Describe how to make a color less intense
A healthy colour for sperm is a white or even sort of a creamy colour, it should also be sort of dense containing many sperm, when people masturbate multiple times a day it gets less dense ending up alot more prostate fluids rather then sperm.
The color of the nitrogen is color less.
The SPEED OF LIGHT does NOT slow down, it is a constant BUT the constant is different for different materials. Thus the speed of light for a transparent material will be less than it is for a vacuum. The LIGHT slows when passing through a transparent but the SPEED OF LIGHT DOES NOT SLOW DOWN.
An object has natural green color What should be its color when it is viewed from inside water such that the object is in air and the observer is inside water?
The frequency of the incident light will not change, therefore, the colour will not change either. However, the object will appear closer to the observer since the index of refraction of air is less than that of the water.
Well your hair colour changes because of the sunlight mainly because in the sun your hair is more so likely to get lighter, but the less your in the sun the darker your hair gets. And then it can change because of weather.
Less than what? And less in what respect?
The colour of the solution will be more denser, dark while less concentrated will have a lighter colour
red. bending is a physical phenomenon called defraction , the less frequency ( or the longer the wave length) the more the defraction. since the red has the least frequency it bends more than any colour.
Female guppies have less colour. Most of their colour is on the tail. Also, they are larger.
Dogs are not colourblind. They can see colour, but their colour vision is much less developed than humans.