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Where does visible light occur?
Yes! It is highly visible!
ROY G BIV(red, orange, yellow, green , blue, indigo, and voliet) (The list above is complete. Fuchsia, beige, olive, tan, brick, pink, gold, chartreuse, brown, cyan, magent…a, amber, copper, lime, mustard, ochre, orchid, and many others, are nothing but rumor and mass hysteria. Visible light exists in only seven colors.)
1) Seeing. 2) Effects like in fireworks or prisms. 3) Concentrated visible light creates lasers that are used anywhere from cutting sheet metal to being a pointer in a pre…sentation.
An atom is smaller than a single wavelength of visible light
Visible light is the only electromagnetic wave you can see. It enables you to see colors from red, to blue, to purple, etc.
When light strikes an object, the light can be reflected, transmitted, or absorbed.
An electromagnetic wave. The electrical field and magnetic field are transverse waves perpendicular to each other (and also to the direction of propagation).
Visible light includes all the colors of the rainbow. The different colors are the result of different wavelengths.
No. If you take the light bulb out of the microwave oven, then you can't tell by looking at it whether or not it's running.
It has a frequency of 400 to 790 THz. It has a wavelength range of 380 to 740 nm. It can penetrate through clear objects.
It ranges from 4.28 x 1014 Hz for red light to 7.89 x 1014 Hz for violet light.
Higher frequency than infrared, but lower than ultraviolet, in otherwords in the middle
Yes. Light is both a particle (photon) and a wave (electromagnetic). You can see light if you were in outer space, which is a vacuum.
Visible light is an example of electromagnetic radiation. NO it is electromagnetic energy. actually it electromagnetic waves =P