The three primary colors of pigment are cyan, magenta and yellow. Primary colors cannot be produced by mixing other colors together. This makes them fundamental to color blending. More »

Red, yellow and blue are the three primary colors. Primary colors are colors that make up every other color on the color wheel, and no other colors can be combined to create red, yellow or blue. More »

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The three primary colors of light are blue, green and red. As primary colors, these three colors can combine to create all other colors visible to the human eye. More »

The colors that never result from combining two other colors are the primary colors of pigment, while the colors that produce white light when combined are the primary colors of light. Each of these categories includes t... More »

Ochre is a natural pigment created from clay and sediment deposits, in colors ranging from yellow to dark red and brown. Minerals such as hydrated iron oxide give ochre its distinctive and varied earth-tone colors. More »

Anthocyanin is a photosynthetic pigment found in many plants, algae and bacteria. It is responsible for the red, purple and blue colors of many fruits and vegetables. The pigment is of great scientific interest because i... More »

The colors of transition metal complexes depend on the metal and the ligand. Most copper complexes are blue. Cobalt complexes can be any color, depending on the ligand. For example, cobalt chloride dissolved in ammonia c... More »

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