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- adj. Alternative form of thermochromic.
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The signature silver cans feature a mountain range rendered in a special thermochromatic ink that turns blue when the cans chill to optimal imbibing temperature.
These are classic ceramic dinner plates that have a message about poverty and hunger printed in thermochromatic ink.
It's a concept for an eyeglass tray using thermochromatic ink and a pressure sensor.
Concept for an eyeglass tray using thermochromatic ink and a pressure sensor.
Popular in the early 90's, the thermochromatic color-changing T-shirts reacts to reacts to body heat, the sun, or any other sources of heat.
There were these shirts in the ’80s, that were thermochromatic, where you could touch them and they’d change colors.
By now, you've all seen the thermochromatic labels on Coors beer bottles that tell you when your drink is "just the right amount of cold. " ......