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Ternary CMY map

ternary CMY map

Alternatively, for the purpose of identifying contrasts between K, eTh and eU in regions where the RGB map is too dark or too light, a CMY (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow) ternary composition map is also generated, with potassium in the channel cyan, uranium in the magenta channel and thorium in the yellow channel.


The advantage of this type of map is that it allows visualization of the distribution of the three radioelements simultaneously, enabling interpretations of the proportion and contrast of each of these elements in the environment, and which types of rock would be associated with each of the regions with color tones. different on the map.



Now that you know what the Ternary CMY map is and how it is used, get in touch and request a quote for your projetct.




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