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1. Sensation (continued)
1.3 Measuring Color Sensation (continued)
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1.3.4 Correlated Color Temperature

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* describes the color range where color temperatures can reasonably be derived;
* gives the color temperature definition;
* shows Planck's radiation law in a ready to use format;
* gives 6 numeric examples of ubiquitous color temperatures;
* explains the color temperature correction that our visual system employs;
* explains the range of comfortable color temperatures;
* gives 4 sources for further reading.

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