Of what colors does a rainbow consists?
red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet
First of all we should know this :- Any color can be produced by the combination of RGB (Red, green and Blue). Rainbow consists of seven colors including RGB along with the four other colors which are the combination of RGB. Based on this concept we can say there is no color which is not in the Rainbow. All colors are included in the rainbow.
Visible light is made up of light of many wavelengths, from about 400 nanometres to about 700 nanometres. A rainbow acts as a prism, splitting light into its component colours. We normally number seven colours in a rainbow, but of course, as you look at a rainbow, you see each colour shading into the next, so there are hundreds or thousands of colours in a rainbow.
The rainbow consists of the visible spectrum ranging from red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. =============================== Answer #2: The rainbow has ALL of the colors. Every shade of paint that was ever mixed, every hue of fabric ever dyed, every highlight of hair, every color that any human eye ever saw or is able to see, they're all in the rainbow. Many have names, but most don't.
This light consists of all the colors of the rainbow, which are in the visible spectrum of electromagnetic waves. White light consists of: violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange, and red, in the order from the lower end of the electromagnetic spectrum of visible light to the higher end of the spectrum.
Rainbows occur shortly after it rains. White light (sunlight) consists of each color, each with a different wavelength. The rain partices act like a prism. The light goes into the prsim and refracts into every color. Other waves don't refract this way but certain colors bend more than others. The rain droplets bend the white light into separate colors to make a rainbow.