I don't know of any but stand to be corrected. I think the reason is that black is not always printed with the black ink. It sometimes prints "process black" which is a mixture of the colour inks. Also you need to remember that printers use subtractive colours ie the mixture of inks removes a part of the spectrum for each colour and you see is what is left. This is different to what your eyes which see all the colours of light that enter the eye ie. it is additive
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