White light is a mixture of different color; a prism or similar device that produces a spectrum simply separates these colors.
Visible light contains all of the colors with in the spectrum. The only way we see color is the bending and refraction of the visible light sending certain wave lengths back, which our brain interprets as different colors.
Not exactly. Different colors are different frequencies of light. "Spectrum", on the other hand, refers to an analysis of a mix of wavelengths.
The colors on the color spectrum combined to produce gray are black and white.
a series of light and colors.
The color red has the longest wavelength of all the colors in the light spectrum.
because the color spectrum has 7 colors
a: LEDS emit different color of light or really different frequency that to us means colors. Some LED are manufacture to provide the full spectrum of frequency. so full spectrum
No, different colors of visible light have different frequency. For example, Violet color has highest frequency in visible spectrum and Red color has lowest.
Each chemical element has a different spectrum; and each color has a specific wavelength.
The color green absorbs all colors in the light spectrum besides green.
the difference is that white light is a mixture of the seven spectrum colors but when refracted (separated by a transparent object) it splits again into seven colors striking at different angles that's why they look like one.one color above others.so the difference is that spectrum is a number of split colors striking at different angles but white light is the mixture of those colors.
Colors don't "move through the spectrum". Light of different colors has the same speed in a vacuum. In transparent materials such as glass or water, there are slight differences in speed, but that depends on the materal.
White is the combination of all colors
The sun emits all colors of the spectrum.
All colors in the color spectrum make white. Black is the absence of color/light
Red, orange, blue, green, white, pink, etc... Pretty much the whole color spectrum. It depends what your burning. different chemicals burn different colors.
The three properties of color are the spectrum, the chromaticity, and the primary colors
White, which isn't really a color but the absence of a color
Indigo is the color seen between blue and violet on the color spectrum. While the colors in the spectrum as gradual and continuous, then human eye only distinguishes seven unique colors.
Dogs are not color blind, but they have a limited spectrum of colors that they can see.
The emission spectrum is the spectrum that shows what color(s) the element is. It shows the color that it gives off.
The primary colors of light are red, green, and blue, which can create all of the colors in the spectrum.
the colors which we can see are called visible colors that appear in visible light spectrum VIBGYOR these are the only visible colors although we can see different colors by the combination of these colors also whit is a visible color