In the additive color process, red and green combine to make yellow. The three additive primaries are red, green and blue. In the subtractive color process, yellow is a primary color and cannot be created through mixing.... More »

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When painting or using additive color mixing, yellow is considered a primary color, meaning that it cannot be created by mixing two other colors. However, in subtractive coloring, yellow can be made by mixing red and gre... More »

Yellow is one of three primary colors, which means that it is one color only and cannot be made by mixing other colors. The shade of yellow may be lightened or darkened by adding additional colors, however. White can be ... More »

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There are nearly an infinite number of colors, according to the Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology. However, not all of them are distinguishable by the human eye. 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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The colors red and white combined make the color pink. Pink is a tint, which means that white is added to a darker color, in this case, red. More »

A complementary color scheme is made up of colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel. The primary complementary color schemes are red with green, blue with orange and yellow with purple. More »