|MadSci Network: Physics|
We were learing about the electromagnetic spectrum and rainbows when the class started asking questions. One of the questions was "How are colors that are not in the rainbow reflected so we can see them? I wanted to say that the rays blend together and are reflected that way but I'm not sure, so can you awnser my question?
Re: How are colors like green-blue reflected if they are not in the rainbow?
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