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Which type of electromagnetic waves make up the colors of a rainbow seen after a storm? visible light infrared light X-rays ultraviolet light

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Dana Keller on February 28, 2018

The correct answer to the question is the Visible light.EXPLANATION:a rainbow is visible to our eyes. Contains all the seven primary colors of the white light ranging from the violet to the red. It is generally formed after a storm. This is due to the fact that the different colors of light of different wavelength. When the white light falls on the particles of water present in the atmosphere, all the colours deviate at different angles after refraction through the particles of water, and the spectrum is obtained.The wavelength of the infrared, X-rays and ultraviolet rays are not visible to our eyes.Visible light is the electromagnetic wave that helps us to see any object. Contains all the seven colors as a rainbow me.and ranging from the violet to the red.All the colors present in a rainbow corresponds to the visible region of the electromagnetic spectrum . Therefore, the visible light is the electromagnetic wave that causes the colors of a rainbow seen after a storm.


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