|NOTES||Circular charts with wedge-shaped segments of contiguous spectral hues comprising primary colors (e.g., red), secondary colors (e.g., orange), and tertiary colors (e.g., red-orange), with complementary colors (e.g., orange and blue) placed opposite one another. Color wheels may vary depending upon whether they are intended to illustrate mixing of colored pigments, color perception, or color psychology.|
|HIERARCHY||Objects Facet>Visual and Verbal Communication>Information Forms (Hierarchy Name)>Information Forms>charts (graphic documents)>color charts>color wheels|
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