Green (NCS) 🎨 RGB Color Code: #009F6B
The hexadecimal RGB code of Green (NCS) color is #009F6B. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 00 red (0/256), a 9F green (159/256) and a 6B blue component (107/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(0,159,107). Closest WebSafe color: Green (NCS) (#009966)
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printing inks may vary. The color defined as green in the NCS or Natural Color System is shown at right (NCS 2060-G). The natural color system is a color
color opponency: white, black, red, yellow, green, and blue. The last four are also called unique hues. In the NCS all six are defined as elementary colors
Gray (X11) Green Green (Crayola) Green (HTML/CSS color) Green (Munsell) Green (NCS) Green (Pantone) Green (pigment) Green (RYB) Green-blue Green-blue (Crayola)
continuous. Traditional colors in English include: red, orange, yellow, green, cyan, blue, and violet. In some other languages the ranges corresponding
100% 25% 100% 50% Green (Munsell) #00A877 0% 66% 47% 163° 100% 33% 100% 66% Green (NCS) #009F6B 0% 62% 42% 160° 100% 31% 100% 62% Green (Pantone) #00AD43
Looking green. A description of a person who looks revolted or repulsed. The sRGB values are taken by converting the NCS color 2060-G using the "NCS Navigator"
four unique hues or psychological primary colors red, yellow, green, and blue. The NCS is based on the opponent process theory of vision. The “Natural
Dark Grey (NCS 8502-Y), Light Grey (NCS 5502-Y), Dark Green (NCS 9005-G20Y), Bronze strip & Enterprise logos (3M), and either Purple (NCS 5040-R40B) for
yellow, green, and blue. The NCS is based on the opponent process theory of vision. The “Natural Color System” is widely used in Scandinavia. NCS Blue can
330° ≈ Spring green Raspberry, ≈ Ruby 337° ⋮ Red (NCS) 345° Green (NCS) Crimson (may be partially outside sRGB) ≈ 345° ≈ Green 5G (Munsell) Carmine
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