Light is a form of energy which gives a sensation of sight to eyes. It enables the eyes to see objects by the light the objects reflect or shadow.
Light is a part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Some restrict "light" to what humans can detect with our eyes but many scientists simply use the word light to mean any and all forms of electromagnetic radiation. To refer to light we can see, they often use the adjective "visible".
Electromagnetic radiation is particle-waves. It possesses properties of both particles and waves. It has both a vibrating electric field and a magnetic field, each at right angles to the other and at right angles to its direction of travel. It is always travelling at a speed of roughly 2.998 x 10 8 metres/sec. Experiments with the photoelectric effect shows energy is transferred between atoms in discreet packets of energy suggesting a particle nature. In any case, "waves" and "particles" are only abstractions we use to visualise what we can't imagine because it is outside of our normal frame of reference.
(*Light travels through transparent materials at a slower rate of speed, according to the material's refractive index.)
Light is a visible energy given out by the sun, a light bub ect
Light is a form of energy which enables us to see objects around us.
Light = radiant energy
3 groups of Light:
White light from sun is composed of 7 colors.
Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo and Violet = ROYGBIV
- red light - yellow light - magenta light - orange light - beige light - peacock blue light - green light - fuschia light - chartreuse light - olive light - moonlight - candle light
Sun light Moon light Candle light Fire light Torch light Star light Morning light Electric light
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Popular light beers include: Bud Light Miller Light Coors Light Michelob Light Keystone Light Natural Light Amstel Light Corona Light etc..
Light is indivisible in the sense that any part of light, if it is perceived, is still light.Light is indivisible in the sense that any part of light, if it is perceived, is still light.Light is indivisible in the sense that any part of light, if it is perceived, is still light.Light is indivisible in the sense that any part of light, if it is perceived, is still light.
what light?! head light, tail light, parking light, rear view mirror light, rear hatch light, underhood light, etc.
The Moon does NOT emit light. To emit light you have to be a source of light and the Moon is not a source of light. The Moon REFLECTS light. The light it reflects comes from the Sun (which does emit light).
Light (as in not heavy) = leicht Light (as in bright light) = Das Licht Light (as in light colored) = hell
Liwanag or ilaw= light ( light coming from a light source) magaan = Light ( not heavy)
Natural light- sun light. Artificial light- torch light..
To collect light.To collect light.To collect light.To collect light.
Words that can go before the noun light are:back lightcandle lightdaylightfire lightflashlightflood lightgas lightheadlighthighlightlamplightlimelightlow lightmoonlightpenlightnight lightsearchlightsidelightskylightspotlightstarlightstop lightstreet lightsunlighttail lighttorch lightup light
Auroras looks like the poles of light curtains. It does not look like light branches of light or planets of light.
It is a light source.
Its Means There Light and then its Not That what I Think -Omran Jaf-
Light allows us to see & light is an energy.
light- switch on the light -it's too light for him, give this to me
The answer is visible light. Visible light is light that can be seen with a naked eye
No you will get White light. no you wont ..you will get a light green colour..
blue light and red light make purple light
no because light from the light bulb is electrical and the sun is not
A secondary light source is something that does not produce light but reflects light such as the moon. Or it is a light source that adds to the light already there.
Magenta coloured light makes white light when mixed with green light
The closer you are to the light the smaller the source of light gets, but at the same time the closer you are to the light the stronger the light. the further you are to the light the weaker the light.