White Light Spectrum through Prism

White Light Spectrum through Prism

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Caption: White light spectrum. Colourless or white light, as it is perceived by the human eye, actually consists of many colours or wavelengths of light. Photographed here is a beam of white light that is dispersed (decomposed) into different colours by a glass prism.

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