Published: Jan 1941
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I am somewhat embarrassed at being referred to as a “color expert.” One of the difficulties of a so-called color expert is that nearly everyone knows a good deal about some phase or other of color and expects the expert to know more. He is supposed to discuss chromophores with the chemist, mordants with the dyer, spectrophotometric curves with the physicist, color specifications with the engineer, and color sensation and perception with the psychologist.
Judd, Deane B.
Physicist, National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C.