[ vˈɪzəbə͡l spˈɛktɹəmz], [ vˈɪzəbəl spˈɛktɹəmz], [ v_ˈɪ_z_ə_b_əl s_p_ˈɛ_k_t_ɹ_ə_m_z]
How to use "Visible spectrums" in context?
Invisible spectrums are the new norm in today's world. They are omnipresent and often unnoticed, but they play an important role in how we see the world. When we look at something, our eyes are automatically processing the light that hits them. This light can be divided into different wavelengths, and our eyes are sensitive to certain wavelengths more than others.
The different wavelengths of light cause different things to appear in our vision. The colors that we see are created when light from different wavelengths is combined. Different colors are created when certain light waves are scattered more than others. This is why blue light is scattered more than red light.
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