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Abney law

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  • Abney law — A rule stating that if a spectral color is desaturated by the addition of white light, and if its wave length is less than 570 nm, its hue then moves towards the red end of the spectrum, while if the wavelength is more than 570 nm its hue moves… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Abney Park Cemetery — Abney Park in Stoke Newington, north east London, UK is a historic parkland originally laid out in the early 18th century by Lady Mary Abney and Dr. Isaac Watts, and the neighbouring Hartopp family. In 1840 it became a non denominational garden… …   Wikipedia

  • Abney Hall — Infobox Historic building caption=The north face of Abney Hall name=Abney Hall location town=Cheadle, Greater Manchester location country=England map type=Greater Manchester latitude=53.399493 longitude= 2.211258 architect= client= engineer=… …   Wikipedia

  • Mary Abney — Mary, Lady Abney (née Gunston) (1676 – 12 January 1750) inherited the Manor of Stoke Newington in the early 18th century, which lies about five miles north of St Paul s Cathedral in the City of London. She had a great influence on the design and… …   Wikipedia

  • Sir Charles Abney-Hastings, 2nd Baronet — Willesley Hall when it was the home of Sir Charles Abney Hastings, Bt. Sir Charles Abney Hastings, 2nd Baronet (1 October 1792 – 30 July 1858) of Willesley Hall, Derbyshire was both High Sheriff of Derbyshire and an MP for Leicester from 1826 to… …   Wikipedia

  • Charles Abney Hastings — Sir Charles Abney Hastings, 2nd Baronet (1 October 1792 – 30 July 1858) of Willesley Hall, Derbyshire was both High Sheriff of Derbyshire and an MP for Leicester from 1826 to 1831.BiographyHastings was the second baronet, being the son of the… …   Wikipedia

  • ley de Abney — Eng. Abney s law Ley según la cual la luminancia total de un área es igual a la suma de todas las luminancias que la componen …   Diccionario de oftalmología

  • Newington Academy for Girls — Not to be confused with Newington College. The Newington Academy for Girls, also known as Newington College for Girls, was a Quaker school established in 1824 in Stoke Newington, then north of London. In a time when girls educational… …   Wikipedia

  • George Collison — (1772 1847) was an English Congregationalist and educator associated with Hackney Academy or Hackney College, which became part of New College London itself part of the University of London.Early lifeThe Rev. George Collison (1772 1847) was born… …   Wikipedia

  • William Hosking — FSA (November 26, 1800 August 2, 1861) was a writer, lecturer, and architect who had an important influence on the growth and development of London in Victorian times. He became the first Professor of Architecture at King s College London, and… …   Wikipedia

  • Scientific phenomena named after people — This is a list of scientific phenomena and concepts named after people (eponymous phenomena). For other lists of eponyms, see eponym. NOTOC A* Abderhalden ninhydrin reaction Emil Abderhalden * Abney effect, Abney s law of additivity William de… …   Wikipedia

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