Why does the real value of the color transition interval not always correspond to its calculated value?

The real value of the transition interval of the indicator color does not always coincide with the calculated value, since the formula for calculating the transition interval does not take into account the spectral sensitivity of the eye and the color intensity of the colored forms of the indicator.

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