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Green is one of the primary colors in the RGB color model. It, like many of the colors of the visual spectrum, can tie into multiple aesthetics.

Green is the color between blue and yellow on the visible spectrum. The largest contributor to green in nature is chlorophyll, the chemical by which plants photosynthesize and convert sunlight into chemical energy. Many creatures have adapted to their green environments by taking on a green hue themselves as camouflage. Several minerals have a green color, including the emerald, which is colored green by its chromium content.[1]

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Green holds a list of associations, such as:

  • Safety and permission
  • Nature, vivacity and life
  • The east, with sunrise, and with life and growth
  • Springtime, freshness, and hope
  • Youth and inexperience
  • The calm, the agreeable, and tolerance
  • Jealousy and envy
  • Homosexuality (when paired with yellow)

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Green (RGB/CMY)
#00FF00

Pale green (RGB/CMY)
#CCFFCC

Light green (RGB/CMY)
#66FF66

Dark green (RGB/CMY)
#009900

Shadowy green (RGB/CMY)
#003300

Green (HTML/CSS)
#008000

Erin
#00FF40

Harlequin
#3FFF00

Neon green
#39FF14

Celadon
#ACE1AF

Hunter green
#355E3B

India green
#138808

Islamic green
#009000

Russian green
#679267

SGBUS green
#55DD33

Dark green
#006400

Light green
#90EE90

Lime green
#32CD32

Pale green
#98FB98

Fern (Crayola)
#63B76C

Artichoke (Pantone)
#4B6F44

Fern
#4F7942

Forest green
#228B22

Honeydew
#F0FFF0

Mantis green
#74C365

Mint green
#98FB98

Myrtle green
#21421E

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