chem lab 10 - Sheldon Pope & Brandon Pezzuto Light...

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Light Exploration 11-28-07
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1. See attached Spectral Lines paper. Red Green Blue Predicted color Observed color 0 0 100 blue blue 0 100 0 green green 100 0 0 red red 0 100 100 indigo teal 100 0 100 purple purple 100 100 0 maroon yellow 100 100 100 black white 2. 3. Object color Green filter Red filter Blue filter Orange filter Green Green Black Black Forest Green Yellow Green Red Black Orange Blue Black Black Blue Black Red Black Red Black Red 4. In the visible spectrum of light, and with reference to the color wheel, the colors that have a shorter wavelength (violet, blue and orange) absorb more light whereas colors with longer wavelengths (red, yellow, green) do not absorb light. The two have an inverse relationship towards each other. 5. See attached drawings sheet. 6. The combination of red, green and blue light creates an additive color mixing, the same as if you were to shine three primary colored lights on a white
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surface. In the combination of red, green and blue paint is defined as color
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