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Persistence of Vision is where your brain memories the picture for a second.
Reflection the bouncing of light
Refration the bending of light as it passes from one medium, e.g. air, into another, such as glass
Absorption When the colors are absorbed and only one is reflected
Transparent a material that is capable of allowing clear viewing of objects placed under it or next to it
Translucent A material that trasmits light but does not allow objects to be seen through it
Opaque You can not see through it
Convex a surface that is curved or rounded like the exterior of a cirlce or sphere
Concave a surface that is rounded inward like the inside of a bowl
prisim a trasparent object which is capable of separating white light into the colors of the spectrum.
spectrum the colors present in white light made visible after bing separated, for example, by a prism. The order of the spectrum is: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet.
spectrum order roy g biv (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet
filters What colors do they make (blank)
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