American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having the same color or wavelength. Used of light.
- adj. Orthochromatic.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having the same color: said of the two series of oval curves of the interference figures of biaxial crystals. Each curve in the one series has one corresponding to it both in form and color in the other. The two curves or lines that have the same tint are called
isochromatic lines. See interference figures, under interference, 5.
- In phytog., same as orthochromatic.
- adj. optics Having the same colour or wavelength.
- adj. Of or corresponding to constant colour.
- adj. Of uniform colour.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Opt.) Having the same color; connecting parts having the same color, as lines drawn through certain points in experiments on the chromatic effects of polarized light in crystals.
- Iso- + chromatic. (Wiktionary)
“Lyons found means of coating the plates in grainless gelatine, sufficiently isochromatic and very much better than the protein plate.”
“Having noted the dependence of scientific art study upon isochromatic photography, the author is happy to take this opportunity of expressing his gratitude to such able photographers as Löwy of Vienna, Tamme of”
“Rapid transit and isochromatic photography are beginning to enable the student to make of connoisseurship something like an exact science.”
“Good light, correct exposure, isochromatic screen and films; bound to come out right, y'know.”
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