In this page, you will find mostly fluorescent colors and fire colors as many colors begin with "fluorescent" and "fire"/"flame" respectively. ... As of May 2017, there are 195 colors starting with F together.
The color firebrick (Fire Brick) with hexadecimal color code #b22222 is a shade of red. In the RGB color model #b22222 is comprised of 69.8% red, 13.33% green and 13.33% blue. In the HSL color space #b22222 has a hue of 0° (degrees), 68% saturation and 42% lightness.
The color skobeloff with hexadecimal color code #007474 is a dark shade of cyan. In the RGB color model #007474 is comprised of 0% red, 45.49% green and 45.49% blue. In the HSL color space #007474 has a hue of 180° (degrees), 100% saturation and 23% lightness. This color has an approximate wavelength of 491.41 nm.
The color ogre odor with hexadecimal color code #fd5240 is a medium light shade of red. In the RGB color model #fd5240 is comprised of 99.22% red, 32.16% green and 25.1% blue. In the HSL color space #fd5240 has a hue of 6° (degrees), 98% saturation and 62% lightness.
Fluorescent or neon colors are extremely bright versions of primary and secondary colors, such as blue, red, green, yellow and purple. Fluorescent colors stand apart from other types of color due to the fact that they emit light, making them luminescent.
The blue wire is known as the neutral wire and its job is to take electricity away from an appliance. The brown cable – known as the live wire – actually delivers electricity to your appliance. Together, these two wires form a complete electric circuit.