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Chapter 2 : Section 2 Visible Light and Color
Reading and Notetaking Guide
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reflected, transmitted or absorbed
When light strikes an object the light can be __________ .
Transmits most of the light that strikes it. This allows you to see clearly what is on the other side. Example: clear glass, water, and air.
Scatters light as it passes through. You can usually see something behind a transluscent object, but the details are blurred. Example: wax paper and frosted glass.
Reflects or absorbs all the light that strikes it. You can not see through an opaque material because light cannot pass through it. example: wood or metal
The color of opaque object is the color of the light it ________. An apple appears red because it reflects only red light. Opaque object can appear to change color in a different color of light. example: in blue light a red apple looks black, because there is no red light for the apple to reflect.
Three colors that can combine to make any other color.
Produce when two primary colors combine in equal amount.
primary colors of light.
red, green, and blue.
secondary colors of light
Are yellow (red + green), cyan (green + blue), and magenta (red + blue)
Is produced when the three primary colors of light are combined in equal amount.
Is produced if the three primary colors of light are combined in different amounts.
Are primary color and secondary color that can combine to form white light. Blue and yellow are example of complementary colors.
Are color substances that use to color other materials.They include inks, paints, and dyes. The color of the pigment is the color of light that the pigment reflects.
As pigments are added together, fewer color of lights are reflected and more are absorbed.The more pigments that are combined, the darker the mixture looks.
cyan, yellow, and magenta
The primary colors of pigments.
red, green, and blue
The secondary colors of pigments.
Is produce when the primary pigment colors combine in equal amounts.
other colors of pigments
Can be produced by combining the primary pigment colors in different amounts.
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