Cerulean Blue 🎨 RGB Color Code: #2A52BE
The hexadecimal RGB code of Cerulean Blue color is #2A52BE. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 2A red (42/256), a 52 green (82/256) and a BE blue component (190/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(42,82,190). Closest WebSafe color: Han blue (#3366CC)
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Cerulean Blue on Wikipedia
Cerulean (/səˈruːliən/), also spelled caerulean, is a shade of blue ranging between azure and a darker sky blue. The first recorded use of cerulean as
ultramarine (Na8–10Al 6Si 6O 24S2–4), cerulean blue (primarily cobalt (II) stanate: Co 2SnO 4), and Prussian blue (milori blue: primarily Fe 7(CN) 18). Natural
ratio of 1:2. The two outer Cerulean Blue bands represent the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, and also represent the blue sky and brotherhood. The inner
so called blue-green algae which have been recognised and described since the 18th century and probably before that. Cerulean is a medium blue-green color
The cerulean flycatcher (Eutrichomyias rowleyi) is a medium-sized (up to 18 cm long), blue passerine with bright cerulean blue plumage, a bare white orbital
The cerulean warbler (Setophaga cerulea) is a small songbird of the New World warbler family. Adult males have pale cerulean blue and white upperparts
dark, metallic blue. The indigo bunting, native to North America, is mostly bright cerulean blue with an indigo head. The related blue grosbeak is, ironically
sulfur. Various forms of Cobalt and Cerulean blue were also introduced. In the early 20th century, Phthalo Blue, a synthetic metallo-organic pigment
Play media The "cerulean speech", where Miranda draws the connection between the designer fashion in Runway's pages and Andy's cerulean blue sweater, criticizing
a cerulean blue field charged with a yellow triangle in front of a white-edged black isosceles triangle. Adopted in 1967 to replace the British Blue Ensign
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