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What is the noun for monochromic?

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  1. A black and white image, especially such a photograph.
  2. (dated) A painting executed in shades of a single colour.
  3. A ceramic glaze of a single colour; an object so glazed.
  1. The condition of being monochromatic
  2. (pathology) The condition of being totally colour blind; achromatopsia
  3. Examples:
    1. “She has the visual disability rod monochromatism, which she acquired at birth.”
      “It was really of no surprise to me, because I was already noticing Solange is really into monochromatism.”
      “Dichromatism may have been lost repeatedly within the dabbling ducks, and thus it is possible that monochromatism is the derived state in Grey Teal.”
  1. (physics) The production of a beam of radiation, containing a narrow band of frequencies, as the result of monochromatizing or by passing through a monochromator
  1. (physics) An optical device, consisting of one or more slits, that selects a narrow band of wavelengths from a broader spectrum.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Detection was achieved using a monochromator coupled to a photomultiplier tube.”
      “Extensive studies have been carried out to obtain a reliable wavelength calibration of the monochromator and to assess the reproducibility of its sine drive arm.”
      “A narrow slit in front of the light source lets a small beam of light through to a device called a monochromator, which separates the wavelengths.”
  1. (dated) The art of painting or drawing in monochrome.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Far from limiting the colour field, the yearning for monochromy exposes the sensibility to the infiniteness of colour.”
      “This quest for monochromy is a reflection on the successive instants of identity.”
      “In order to evacuate my hypersensitivity, I alternate between figuration and abstraction, drawing and painting, monochromy and polychromy.”
  1. An artist working in the monochromatic style.
  1. the degree to which something is monochromatic
  2. Examples:
    1. “The achievable frequency stability is proportional to the monochromaticity of the absorption, so optical clocks promise better standards.”
  1. plural of monochromatization
  1. plural of monochromator
  2. Examples:
    1. “Spectra were also corrected for the wavelength-dependent efficiencies of the photomultiplier tube detector and monochromators.”
      “The slit widths of the excitation and emission monochromators were set at 1 nm.”
      “The earliest monochromators were prisms, but these gave way to diffraction gratings, flat plates etched with very finely spaced parallel lines.”
  1. plural of monochromist
  1. plural of monochrome
  2. Examples:
    1. “His earlier enlargements of these miniature monochromes have given way to increasingly complex compositions.”
      “Of the fours works that Stenclova presented in New York, the most striking was Green Cycle, a grouping of four monochromes.”
      “In subsequent works, he geometrically structured the stippled monochromes to toy with color contrasts.”
  1. plural of monochromy
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