Orange pigments

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Orange is a color produced by light having a spectrum dominated by energy with a wavelength of about 590–630nm. It is considered a secondary color in the traditional RYB color wheel made by mixing red and yellow. An average orange color is represented by the following color coordinates:

  • Hex triplet: # FF7F00
  • RGB: (255, 127, 0); CMYK (0, 0, 0, 100)
  • HSV: (30°, 100%, 100%)

Examples of inorganic orange pigments:

Examples of organic orange pigments:

Synonyms and Related Terms

Orange (Deut.); naranje (Esp.); anaranjados (Esp.); orange (Dan., Fr., Sven.); arancione (It.); subruber (Lat.); laranja (Port.); oranje (Ned.); pigmentos-laranja (Port.)

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