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Physics ch. 28

for sinlight and other white light, the spread of colors seen when the light is passed through a prisimor diffraction grrating spectrum
light such as sunlight that is a comonation of all the colors. white light
a material that selectivly absors colored light pigment
lue red and green additive primary colors
two colors of light beams that when added together appear white complementery colors
magenta yellow and cyan sutractive primary colors
a procces in which sound or light is absored and reemitted in all directions scattering
a state with greater energy then an atoms lowest state. excited state
instrument used to seperate the light from a hot gas or light sourse to its constutional state spectroscope
a patternof distict lines or color corresponding to a particular wavelength that are seen with a spectroscope when a hot gas is viewed line spectrum
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