which color has visible light only?

4 Answers

  • Zardoz
    Lv 7
    8 years ago
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    All the colors are visible light only. If you can't see it, it isn't a color.

    Surely you meant something else.

    Edit: There are a lot of colors that some people can't see. Helen Keller had a problem with all of them. That didn't make them not colors either. I stand corrected.


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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Visible light contains all the colors you can see.

    Blue light has the shortest wavelength then up to Red.

    White Light Contains ALL the colors.

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Well, I just want to correct Zardoz: there is a color that not everybody can see. If you look at a rainbow there is a band between blue and violet. It's called indigo. It is the color of blue jeans, Indian corn, eggplant, and lots of other things. Some people can see it and some can't. Some can see it when they are young but lose the ability as they grow up. It is impossible to render that color on a computer monitor.

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