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Does white colour have any wavelength?

Does white colour have any wavelength?

Grade:12

1 Answers

Godfrey Classic Prince
633 Points
10 years ago

Dear Chilukuri Kartik,

Remember that White light splits up into seven colours viz. Violet,Indigo,Blue,Gren,Yellow,Orange,Red(VIBGYOR) when passed through a prism !

These seven colours have wavelengths ranging from 4500A0 - 7000A0

Therefore white light does not have a specific wavelength but a range of Wavelengths ranging from 4500A0 - 7000A0   !

This region in the electromagneitic spectrum is known as the visible region !!

 

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