# What color is 380 450 nm?

## What color is 380 450 nm?

violet
The visible spectrum can be broken up into particular ranges of wavelengths; each corresponding to what we call colors: violet and indigo: 380 – 450 nm.

## What color is 900nm?

The region of the electromagnetic spectrum with wavelengths greater than 900 nm adjacent to the visible region is called the infrared region because it lies just beyond red, the color at the low-energy, long-wavelength, and low-frequency end of the visible region.

What are nanometers wavelength?

NOTE: Wavelengths of visible light are measured in nanometers (nm). A nanometer is a unit of length equal to one billionth of a meter.

### What Colour is 630 nm?

Visible spectrum

Red 700…630 nm
Orange 630…600 nm
Yellow 600…570 nm
Green 570…530 nm
Cyan 530…490 nm

### How do you calculate wavelength range?

Wavelength can be calculated using the following formula: wavelength = wave velocity/frequency. Wavelength usually is expressed in units of meters. The symbol for wavelength is the Greek lambda λ, so λ = v/f.

Which has a wavelength of 350 nanometers?

This small region is known as visible light and has a wavelength range of 350-780 nm.

## What is color of Rainbow has longest wavelength?

We see the waves as the colors of the rainbow. Each color has a different wavelength. Red has the longest wavelength. Violet has the shortest wavelength. When all the waves are seen together, they make white light.

## Which color has the lowest frequency?

Therefore violet has the highest frequency and the shortest wavelength of the visible colors of light. And red has the lowest frequency and the longest wavelength of the visible colors of light.

What are the wavelengths of the colors of the Rainbow?

Mark the edges and compare the size of your rainbow with that of others. The wavelengths of visible light are: Violet: 380–450 nm (688–789 THz frequency) Blue: 450–495 nm. Green: 495–570 nm. Yellow: 570–590 nm. Orange: 590–620 nm. Red: 620–750 nm (400–484 THz frequency)

### Why are there 7 colors in the Rainbow?

Rainbows appear in seven colors because water droplets break white sunlight into the seven colors of the spectrum (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo , violet). You can only see a rainbow if the Sun is behind you and the rain in front. The main rainbow becomes visible at an angle of around 40″ from the horizon.

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