2. Color. Light is electromagnetic energy in the 400- to 700 nanometer wavelength part of the spectrum, perceived as the colors ranging through violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange, and red.The colors that we see in the world around us are generally not pure colors consisting of a single wavelength. Rather, color sensation results from the dominant wavelength of the light reflecting off or emanating from an object..
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