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Ch 18 Test Review

Chapter 18 portion of huge test on 5/14/14

QuestionAnswer
what are the three main sources of visible light light, matter, and color
what is a characteristic of a light source it is luminous (bright)
what are two examples of light sources flashlight and sun
what is a characteristic of reflected light it is illuminated
what is an example of reflected light moon
what can matter do to light it can emit, absorb, reflect, or transmit light
what is transparent light can pass through
what is translucent light can pass through and scatter, it can become blurry
what is opaque light does not pass through
what happens to light that is not absorbed it is reflected
what do pigments do they reflect light
what are the primary pigments cyan, yellow, and magenta
what are the primary colors of light red, blue, and green
when is white produced when all primary light colors overlap
can light be transmitted or absorbed yes
Created by: 2018grellerj