Citrine 🎨 RGB Color Code: #E4D00A
The hexadecimal RGB code of Citrine color is #E4D00A. This code is composed of a hexadecimal E4 red (228/256), a D0 green (208/256) and a 0A blue component (10/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(228,208,10). Closest WebSafe color: Citrine (#CCCC00)
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distribution of colloidal ferric hydroxide impurities. Natural citrines are rare; most commercial citrines are heat-treated amethysts or smoky quartzes. However
Look up citrine in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Citrine may refer to: Citrine (colour), a shade of yellow Citrine quartz, a yellow variety of quartz
citrine warbler, citrine canary-flycatcher, citrine forktail, etc. Citrine wagtail The citron fruit is historically the source-word for the citrine colour
Walter McLennan Citrine, 1st Baron Citrine, GBE, PC (22 August 1887 – 22 January 1983) was one of the leading British and international trade unionists
naturally occurring variety of quartz. It is a mixture of amethyst and citrine with zones of purple and yellow or orange. Almost all commercially available
The citrine wagtail (Motacilla citreola) is a small songbird in the family Motacillidae. The term citrine, and the specific name citreola, refers to its
McLennan Citrine, 1st Baron Citrine (1887–1983) Norman Arthur Citrine, 2nd Baron Citrine (1914–1997) Ronald Eric Citrine, 3rd Baron Citrine (1919–2006)
Citrine lorikeet has been split into the following species: Sula lorikeet, Saudareos flavoviridis Yellow-cheeked lorikeet, Saudareos meyeri This page
America updated the list in 1952: 311 by adding Alexandrite for June, citrine for November and pink tourmaline for October. They also replaced December's
bully Citrine into being friends. Because his career advice to Citrine is commercially fixated, it is directly opposed to advice from Citrine's former
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