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Vocabulary Mini-Review EM Spectrum & Light
What part of the EM spectrum is used for communication? Radio Waves
What section of the EM spectrum has a longer wavelength than microwaves? Radio Waves
What are the 3 primary pigments? Cyan, Yellow & Magenta
Which color of light has the highest frequency? Violet
When you see something green, what color is being reflected? Green
What part of the EM spectrum does your body need in order to produce Vitamin D? Ultraviolet Light
What do you get when you combine the 3 primary pigments? Black
What type of waves are electromagnetic waves? Transverse
What are the 3 primary colors of light? Red, Green & Blue
What do you get when you combine the 3 primary colors of light? White
___________ occurs when light waves change speed as they travel from one medium to another. Refraction
_______ can be used for surgical tools, CD’s & leveling. Lasers
Wax Paper is an example of a ________ material. Translucent
A brick wall is an example of a ________ material. Opaque
What type of light is in our classroom? Fluorescent Light
Clear glass is an example of a ________ material. Transparent
What do you get when all colors of light are combined? White Light
How does a prism separate light? Refraction
What type of material does not allow light to be transmitted through it? Opaque Material
What are the 2 types of cells found in your eyes? Cone Cells & Rod Cells
What type of light is narrow and focused? Laser Light
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