Violet – definition of violet by The Free Dictionary #blue #violet http://seattle.remmont.com/violet-definition-of-violet-by-the-free-dictionary-blue-violet/  # violet a. Any of various low-growing herbs of the genus Viola, having short-spurred, irregular flowers that are characteristically purplish-blue but sometimes yellow or white. b. Any of several similar plants, such as an African violet. 2. The hue of the short-wave end of the visible spectrum, evoked in the human observer by radiant…

Violet – definition of violet by The Free Dictionary #blue #violet http://seattle.remmont.com/violet-definition-of-violet-by-the-free-dictionary-blue-violet/ # violet a. Any of various low-growing herbs of the genus Viola, having short-spurred, irregular flowers that are characteristically purplish-blue but sometimes yellow or white. b. Any of several similar plants, such as an African violet. 2. The hue of the short-wave end of the visible spectrum, evoked in the human observer by radiant…

VIOLET FLAME- DECREES, MEDITATION,INVOCATION - Intl. Starseed Network

VIOLET FLAME- DECREES, MEDITATION,INVOCATION - Intl. Starseed Network

Fun Light Facts for Kids - Sunlight, Color, Speed, Optics, UV, IR, Visible Spectrum

Fun Light Facts for Kids - Sunlight, Color, Speed, Optics, UV, IR, Visible Spectrum

Light: The Visible Spectrum and Beyond

Light: The Visible Spectrum and Beyond

I love talking about the electromagnetic spectrum. There is so much more to it than visible light... and electromagnetic radiation is so darned useful.

I love talking about the electromagnetic spectrum. There is so much more to it than visible light... and electromagnetic radiation is so darned useful.

Newton's color circle, from Opticks of 1704, showing the colors correlated with musical notes. The spectral colors from red to violet are divided by the notes of the musical scale, starting at D. The circle completes a full octave, from D to D. Newton's circle places red, at one end of the spectrum, next to violet, at the other. This reflects the fact that non-spectral purple colors are observed when red and violet light are mixed.Visible spectrum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Newton's color circle, from Opticks of 1704, showing the colors correlated with musical notes. The spectral colors from red to violet are divided by the notes of the musical scale, starting at D. The circle completes a full octave, from D to D. Newton's circle places red, at one end of the spectrum, next to violet, at the other. This reflects the fact that non-spectral purple colors are observed when red and violet light are mixed.Visible spectrum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Visible Light Waves. Simple explanation of colors contained within visible white light. Use to help explain rainbows, and rainbow bubbles.

Visible Light Waves. Simple explanation of colors contained within visible white light. Use to help explain rainbows, and rainbow bubbles.

yes.....a black object absorbs all the colors of the visible spectrum and reflects none of them to the eyes.....it's mysterious, beautiful, complex just like the heart....and the human condition......

yes.....a black object absorbs all the colors of the visible spectrum and reflects none of them to the eyes.....it's mysterious, beautiful, complex just like the heart....and the human condition......

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