Which color of visible light is dominant when a thermal source has an extremely

Which color of visible light is dominant when a thermal source has an extremely

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1. FIRST ANSWER IS THE CORRECT ANSWER 1. Which color of visible light is dominant when a thermal source has an extremely 2. high temperature? 3. (1) violet 4. (2) red 5. (3) white 6. (4) NVA 7. (5) NVA 8. 9. 10. 11. Which color of visible light is dominant when a thermal source has a relatively 12. low temperature? 13. (1) red 14. (2) blue 15. (3) white 16. (4) NVA 17. (5) NVA 18. 19. 20. 21. As a thermal source's temperature increases, its color will shift from 22. (1) red to white to blue 23. (2) blue to white to red 24. (3) blue to red to white 25. (4) NVA 26. (5) NVA
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Unformatted text preview: 27. 28. 29. 30. If a source of absorption lines is approaching it will have a 31. (1) blueshift 32. (2) redshift 33. (3) whiteshift 34. (4) NVA 35. (5) NVA 36. 37. 38. 39. If a source of absorption lines is receding it will have a 40. (1) redshift 41. (2) blueshift 42. (3) whiteshift 43. (4) NVA 44. (5) NVA 45. 46. 47. 48. If a source of emission lines is approaching, it will have a 49. (1) negative radial velocity 50. (2) positive radial velocity 51. (3) positive space velocity 52. (4) NVA 53. (5) NVA 54. 55. 56....
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