secondary colour

Definition: Visual sensation of hue resulting from the additive mixture of two primary colours. * The usual set of secondary colours is cyan, magenta and yellow: cyan is the result of green and blue added together, magenta results from red and blue, yellow results from red and green. * Do not confuse with secondary spectrum, an optical aberration.

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