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What color has a wavelength of 800 nm?

What color has a wavelength of 800 nm?

Color Physics

Color Wavelength (nm)
Red 650 – 800
Orange 590 – 640
Yellow 550 – 580
Green 490 – 530

What color of light is 800 nm?

Visible light is the specific case of electromagnetic radiation that ranges in wavelength from around 330 nm (violet/blue) to 800 nm (red) and is detectable by the human eye.

What color is 1000 nm wavelength?

Physics of color

Color (nm) (THz)
Infrared > 1000 < 300
Red 700 428
Orange 620 484
Yellow 580 517

What color is 750 nm?

Color display spectrum

Color Wavelength Frequency
green 495–570 nm 526–606 THz
yellow 570–590 nm 508–526 THz
orange 590–620 nm 484–508 THz
red 620–750 nm 400–484 THz

What Colour is 700 nm?

The visible spectrum

colour* wavelength (nm) energy (eV)
red (limit) 700 1.77
red 650 1.91
orange 600 2.06
yellow 580 2.14

What color is 675 nm?

red green blue

color 5 8
red 630–750 624–675
orange 590–630 598–624
yellow 570–590 557–598
green 490–570 515–557

What color is 475 nm wavelength?


Color Wavelength
Cyan 475-495nm
Green 495-570nm
Yellow 570-590nm
Orange 590-620nm

What is the range of visible light in nm?

Visible light is usually defined as having wavelengths in the range of 400–700 nanometres (nm), or 4.00 × 10-7 to 7.00 × 10-7 m, between the infrared (with longer wavelengths) and the ultraviolet (with shorter wavelengths).

What is the range of UV spectrum?

UV light isn’t only one part of a single wavelength, though; the UV spectrum ranges from a wavelength of around 10 nanometers (nm) to 400 nm. Ad. This range of wavelengths is called ultraviolet because it is located just above the violet visible light section of the EM spectrum .

What is the frequency of light spectrum?

The frequency is the number of waves that pass a point in space during any time interval, usually one second. We measure it in units of cycles (waves) per second, or hertz. The frequency of visible light is referred to as color, and ranges from 430 trillion hertz, seen as red, to 750 trillion hertz, seen as violet.

What is the wavelength range?

The wavelength range (also called spectral range) is the range of wavelengths that each spectrometer can measure. StellarNet offers spectrometer options that cover a 190-2500nm wavelength range.