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Q: What color of light is a combination of all colors of light?
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Is the color of white all colors combined?

No, the color white is not formed by combining all colors. White is perceived when an object reflects all light wavelengths equally without absorbing any specific color, which results in a colorless appearance.


What color after black absorb the light most?

Black is not a color. It is the combination of all colors.


Why does the color white occur?

There are two ways that the color white occurs, as light and as the color of an object. When you see white light it is a combination of many colors of light, because white light is a combination of all light. When you see a white object, that object is reflecting all of the colors of light back at you, because that surface doesn't absorb any of the colors of light.


What are the original clolurs in white light?

>Do you mean "what are the original Colors..."? <P>White light is a combination of all the colors in the spectrum. That's why, when it is shined through glass, you see a rainbow. The glass disperses the white light back into the individual colors. Black light is the absence of color. <P>Incidentally, while white Light is the combination of all colors, Black Pigment is the combination of all colors. White pigment is the absence of color.</P> all of the clolours of light


What colors do you get when you mix secondary colors of light?

When you mix the secondary colors of light (cyan, magenta, yellow), you get white light. This mixing process is known as additive color mixing, where the combination of different colored lights results in a lighter overall color.


Is white a color?

White is actually a combination of all the colors of light. So white is, in fact, a color.


What color will reflect all colors?

The color that we see is not the color of the object in question, but the color of the light it reflects. This means that a "green object" absorbs all colors of the visible spectrum except for green light, which it reflects back to our eyes. White light is the combination of the entire visible spectrum combined. Thus a "white object" reflects all colors of light. On the opposite side of this question, a "black object" absorbs all colors of light, because "black" is the absence of color.


Is white a color or the absense of color?

In additive synthesis (light), White is a combination of all colors (Red, Green, an Blue)... In subtractive synthesis (pigment), White is the absence of all color. Of course, white is not really a color at all, but is used as a color reference. A person can technically argue that black and white are the same, because neither one is a color of itself, and both are the combination of all colors, but don't expect anyone to believe it (they are exact opposites).


Why are black and white not true colors?

Black and white are not considered true colors because black is the absence of color and white is a combination of all colors. True colors are those on the visible spectrum of light and can be seen as individual hues.


Which color reflects all the colors of light?

White reflects all other colors of light.


What color is formed when all the colors o light are combined?

all the colors of light combined make white light. In other words, white light is composed of all colors of light.


Is black a color?

Black as a "color" is the equal absorption of all frequencies of visible light, creating the maximum contrast to white, which is the reflection of all visible color frequencies. --- Black cannot be generated by a colored light source. The term "black light" refers to a light source that generates light (primarily) in the ultraviolet part of the spectrum. --- For LIGHT, black is not a color, it is the absence of all colors. For SURFACES, black is a combination of all colors (none are reflected). For PAINT, it is a mixture of complementary colors in the proper proportions.