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Authors of web pages have a variety of options available for specifying colors for elements of web documents. Colors may be specified as an RGB triplet in hexadecimal format (a hex triplet); they may also be specified according to their common English names in some cases. The first versions of... Hex triplet #FF2400
Additive color mixing: adding red to green yields yellow; adding yellow to blue yields white. The RGB color model utilizes the additive model in which red, green, and blue light are combined in various ways to create other colors. The very idea for the model itself and the abbreviation RGB... RGB (r, g, b) N (255, 36, 0)
Cyan, magenta, yellow, and key (black) CMYK (or sometimes YMCK) is a subtractive color model used in color printing. This color model is based on mixing pigments of the following colors in order to make other colors: C=Cyan M=Magenta Y=Yellow K=Key (black). The mixture of ideal... CMYK (c, m, y, k) N (0, 219, 255, 0)
The hue saturation value (HSV) model defines a color space in terms of three constituent components: HSV color space as a color wheel Hue, the color type (such as red, blue, or yellow): Ranges from 0-360 (but normalized to 0-100% in some applications) Saturation, the vibrancy of the... HSV (h, s, v) (8°, 100%, 100%)
  N: Normalised to [ 0–255 ]

Scarlet is a For alternative meanings, see color (disambiguation). Colour is an important part of the visual arts. Color ( American English) or colour ( Commonwealth English) is a sensation which (in humans) derives from the ability of the fine structure of the eye to distinguish three differently filtered analyses of a view. The perception... color with a hue between Red re-directs here; for alternate uses see Red (disambiguation) Red is a color at the lowest frequencies of light discernible by the human eye. Red light has a wavelength of roughly 700 nm. Oxygenated blood is red due to the presence of hemoglobin. Red light is the first to... red and See also Orange (disambiguation) for other meanings of the word. The colour orange occurs between red and yellow in the visible spectrum at a wavelength of about 620-585 nanometres. It is the same colour as the fruit for which it was named. Before the orange fruit was introduced to... orange. It is redder than Categories: Colors | Pigments | Stub ... vermilion. Traditionally, scarlet is the color of flame. It may also refer to the color of blood. The A materials emission spectrum is the amount of electromagnetic radiation of each frequency it emits when it is heated (or more generally when it is excited). The term often refers to the visible light emission spectrum, although it extends to the whole electromagnetic spectrum, from the low energy radio... emission spectra for A chemical compound is a chemical substance formed from two or more elements, with a fixed ratio determining the composition. For example, dihydrogen monoxide (water, H2O) is a compound composed of two hydrogen atoms for every oxygen atom. In general, this fixed ratio must be fixed due to some sort... compounds of General Name, Symbol, Number Strontium, Sr, 38 Series Alkaline earth metal Group, Period, Block 2 (IIA), 5, s Density, Hardness 2630 kg/m3, 1.5 Appearance silvery white metallic Atomic properties Atomic weight 87.62 amu Atomic radius 215.1 pm Covalent radius 192 pm van der Waals radius no... strontium are considered to be in the scarlet red area of the The optical spectrum (light or visible spectrum) is the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that is visible to the human eye. There are no exact bounds to the optical spectrum; a typical human eye will respond to wavelengths from 400 to 700 nm, although some people may be able to... visible light spectrum. The A spectral line is a dark or bright line in an otherwise uniform and continuous spectrum, resulting from an excess or deficiency of photons in a narrow frequency range, compared with the nearby frequencies. Spectral lines are the result of interaction between a quantum system (usually atoms, but sometimes molecules... emission lines occur at 640.8 A nanometre (American spelling: nanometer) is 1.0×10−9 metres—or one billionth of a metre. Its symbol is nm. It is an SI measure of length, commonly used in measuring the wavelengths of visible light (400 nm to 700 nm), ultraviolet radiation and gamma rays; amongst... nm, 650.4 nm, 687.8 nm and 707.0 nm.

Popular culture and other uses

  • Miss Scarlet is a character in the board game Cluedo (Clue in North America) is a murder mystery board game originally published by Waddington Games, UK in 1948. It was devised by Anthony Pratt, a solicitors clerk from Birmingham, England. It is now published by the US game and toy company Hasbro, which acquired American board game company... Cluedo originally by Waddington Games.
  • Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, often referred to in shorthand as simply Captain Scarlet, is a science fiction television series produced by the Century 21 Television company of Sylvia and Gerry Anderson and first shown in Britain between September 1967 and April 1968. It used puppetry (Supermarionation) and scale model... Captain Scarlet is the main character in the Gerry Anderson and Sylvia Anderson are most famous as the production team for several futuristic childrens television shows involving specially modified marionettes, a process called supermarionation. Their most famous production is Thunderbirds, which was produced by their production company, originally known as AP Films and later renamed Century 21... Gerry Anderson children's television production of the same name.
  • The The Ferrari Gestione Industriale logo Ferrari is an Italian manufacturer of racing cars and high-performance sports cars formed by Enzo Ferrari in 1929. At first, Scuderia Ferrari sponsored drivers and manufactured racecars; the company went into independent car production in 1946, eventually became Ferrari S.p.A., and is... Ferrari Formula One, abbreviated to F1 and also known as Grand Prix racing, is the highest class of single-seat open-wheel auto racing. It is a worldwide sport, involving an annual World Drivers Championship and World Constructors Championship, and is the most expensive sport in the world, as annual team... F1 racing team color is scarlet.
  • Salem Custom House The Scarlet Letter, published in 1850, was written by Nathaniel Hawthorne and is generally considered to be his greatest work and a classic piece of American literature. Set in Puritan New England in the 17th century, the story deeply probes the issues of grace, legalism, and guilt... The Scarlet Letter is a A novel is an extended work of written, narrative, prose fiction, usually in story form; the writer of a novel is a novelist. The English word novel derives from the Italian word novella, meaning a tale, a piece of news. The novel is longer (40,000 words and onwards) and... novel written by Nathaniel Hawthorne (July 4, 1804 - May 19, 1864) was a 19th century American novelist and short story writer. He was born in Salem, Massachusetts and died in Plymouth, New Hampshire. Hawthornes father was a sea captain and descendant of John Hathorne, one of the judges who oversaw the Salem... Nathaniel Hawthorne, published in Events January 4 - The first American ice-skating club is formed (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania). January 29 - Henry Clay introduces the Compromise of 1850 to the U.S. Congress February 28 - University of Utah opens in Salt Lake City, Utah March 7 - United States Senator Daniel Webster gives his Seventh of March... 1850.
  • The majority of The British Army is the land armed forces of the United Kingdom. It numbers 99,400 fully trained and professional regulars (as of April 2004). In contrast to the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force, the British Army does not include royal in its title, because of its roots... British Army soldiers once wore scarlet tunics as part of their Portrait: Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden in military dress uniform, with medals. Military uniforms, or military dress, and military styles have gone through great changes over the centuries. Initially, warriors and soldiers wore clothing suited for combat, such as armour, but as the centuries progressed, military uniforms became ornate, due... uniform (hence the term "Redcoats"), and some A regiment is a military unit, larger than a company and smaller than a division. Depending on mission, country of origin, and makeup, a modern regiment is similar to a brigade in size in that both range from a few hundred soldiers up to 2,000-3,000, depending on... regiments and This article is about a military unit. For alternate meanings see Corps (disambiguation). A corps (a word that immigrated from the French language, but originating in the Latin corpus, corporis meaning body; plural same as singular) is a large military unit or formation. In many armies, it refers to a... corps in both The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is a country in western Europe, and a member of the British Commonwealth and European Union. Usually known simply as the United Kingdom, UK or, inaccurately, as Great Britain or Britain, the UK has four constituent parts. Three of these parts... Britain and the Flag of the Commonwealth of Nations The Commonwealth of Nations is a voluntary association of independent sovereign states, most of which were once governed by the United Kingdom and are its former colonies. It was formerly known as the British Commonwealth (or British Commonwealth of Nations), and many still call... Commonwealth still wear them in full ceremonial dress and/or Three Canadian officers in mess dress or mess kit. Miniature medals and other accoutrements are also worn. Mess dress is the military term for the formal evening dress worn in the mess or at other formal occasions. It is also known as mess uniform and mess kit in some places... mess dress.
  • The The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP or Mounties; French, Gendarmerie royale du Canada, GRC) is both the federal police force and the national police of Canada. The RCMP provides federal (national), provincial and municipal police services. It operates under contract to Canadas three territories and eight of her provinces... Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) wear a scarlet jacket as part of their full ceremonial dress uniform.
  • Scarlet is the name of one of the Shinra executives from Final Fantasy VII is a video game that was Squaresoft (now Square Enix)s first Final Fantasy game on the PlayStation. It was later released for the PC (albeit less successfully), with Eidos Interactive as the distributor. Unlike previous games in the series, Final Fantasy VII used 3D graphics, with... Final Fantasy 7.

See also

  • The following is a partial list of colors with associated articles. See also list of color topics. See also color blindness X11 color names Web colors External Links Article on Color Names Categories: Color ... List of colors

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Red coat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (230 words)
The usual uniform of British soldiers during the 18th and 19th centuries (prior to the introduction of khaki) was a red (or scarlet) coat and white breeches.
The epithet "Redcoats" was used throughout the world, but is particularly associated with American colonists during the American Revolution.
The term is still used in Ireland to refer to the British Army, and sometimes to all British people.
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