The part of the electromagnetic spectrum with wavelengths between 380 nm and 750 nm and perceived by the human eye.
That part of the electromagnetic spectrum visible to humans and lying between the infrared and ultraviolet parts of the spectrum.
Visible radiation with wavelength ranging from about 400 nanometers to 700 nanometers. This radiation is the colors that you see, including all the colors of the rainbow.
Electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths between 380 and 780 nanometers. It is the only type of radiation that the human eye can see.
Visible light is electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength between 400 and 750 nm.
Radiation with a wavelength from 0.4 to 0.7 micrometer.
electromagnetic radiation of wavelengths ranging around half a thousandth of a millimeter — — CLOSE
That portion of the electromagnetic spectrum detected as various colors by the human eye, ranging in wavelength from about 400 nm to about 700 nm.
Electromagnetic radiation with wavelength in the 390 to 770 nm range.
The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum occupied by light which is seen with the naked eye.
THE ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY EMITTED BY THE SUN, FROM 380 TO 760 NANOMETERS IN WAVELENGTH. IT IS THAT PART OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM THAT OUR EYES CAN DETECT. SEE ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT (ABOVE).
a range of wave-lengths capable of being seen by the human eye.
The small range of the electromagnetic spectrum that human eyes perceive as light. The visible spectrum ranges from about 400 to 700 nm, corresponding to blue through red light.
Electromagnetic radiation (light) that is visible to the human eye. Visible light wavelengths are shorter than ultraviolet and longer than infrared.
Light with wavelengths that can be observed by a human eye.
(physics) electromagnetic radiation that can produce a visual sensation; "the light was filtered through a soft glass window"
Light that is visible to the human eye. Visible light is lower in energy than ultraviolet light. Visible light has a wavelength in the 400-800 nm region.
The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum corresponding to the visible colors, with wavelengths longer than ultraviolet light and shorter than infrared radiation.
electromagnetic radiation ranging from 0.4 to 0.7 microns in wavelength that is detectable by the human eye
Photons in the wavelength range of approximately 0.4-0.8 microns.
The small portion of the electromagnetic energy spectrum the human eye can detect. Visible light includes wavelengths of light from approximately 400 nanometers to 700 nanometers. (A nanometer is one-billionth of a meter.)
the region of the electromagnetic spectrum that is seen by the human eye. Defined by scientists as falling between 390 and 780 nm in wavelength. Visible light contains all of the colors seen in a rainbow: violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange and red. Also known, in scientific circles, as short wave radiation, because the wavelengths involved are shorter than longwave (infra red) radiation.
Electro-magnetic radiation in the visible range - i.e. that which can be detected by the human eye. Typically, the range of visible light extends from around 0.7µm at the red end to 0.35µm at the blue end (one octave, a region in which the frequency doubles from one end to the other). Beyond the red end (and invisible) is Infra Red, beyond the blue end (and thus with a shorter wavelength) is ultra-violet. Visible light is divided into a series of colours - the colours of the spectrum from Red, through Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue and Indigo, to Purple.
That part of the sun's energy that you can see. it is made up of a spectrum of colors; red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet. The eye is not equally sensitive to all of these colors. It is most sensitive to yellows and greens which it can see the best. The eye is less sensitive to reds and blues.
electromagnetic radiation with wavelength in the 3900 to 7700 angstrom range.
Electromagnetic Waves with a Wavelength of 450 to 700 nanometers.
Wavelengths of light visible to the human eye.
the part of the spectrum that can be seen by humans.
the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum visible to the human eye
The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum from about 0.4 µm - 0.8 µm (or 400 - 800 nanometers) This, the portion that we see, is the familiar "spectrum," or rainbow. Violet light represents the shortest wavelengths, and red light the longest.
Wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation that are visible to the human eye.
electromagnetic radiation at wavelengths which the human eye can see. We perceive this radiation as colors ranging from red (longer wavelengths; ~ 700 nanometers) to violet (shorter wavelengths; ~400 nanometers).
The region of the electromagnetic spectrum in which the human retina is sensitive, ranging from about 400 to 700 nm in wavelength.
Radiation having wavelengths ranging from 0.4 - 0.7 micrometers. The human eye is sensitive to this region.
the form of electromagnetic radiation that humans can see with their eyes.
A portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that includes the wavelengths used for photosynthesis.
the part of the electromagnetic spectrum that can be picked up by human eyes, specifically the region with wavelengths ranging from 400 to 700 nanometers or with energies of 2 - 3 eV
1. Any part of the electromagnetic spectrum visible to the human eye. 2. The entire colour spectrum; the only light we can see.
The type of electromagnetic radiation that we can detect with our human eyes. Type of radiation: Visible Light
These are electromagnetic waves found between 400 and 700 nm in length.
The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that produces light that can be seen. Wavelengths range from 380 to 720 nanometers.
The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that the human eye can see.
light that can be seen by the human eye
That portion of the electromagnetic spectrum which is detectable by the human eye. The sun emits "white" light, which is all visible colors, but which is only a small part of the entire electromagnetic spectrum. Visible light is energy in the range of approximately 7800 to 3900 Angstroms, where one Angstrom is 0.0000000001 meters. The visible spectrum is most obvious in a rainbow, when the sun's different colors of light are bent (refracted) by the earth's atmosphere during a rainstorm.
Electromagnetic radiation that is visible to the human eye, at wavelengths from 400 to 700nm.
Electromagnetic radiation visible to the human eye; wavelengths of 400-700 nm.
The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that can be detected by the human eye. It travels at the same speed as all other radiation, that is at 186,000 mile per second. It has a wave length longer than ultraviolet light and shorter than x-rays.
Electromagnetic radiation that human eyes can detect; also known as the visible spectrum. The visible colors are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet, along with various combinations and shades of these colors. Within the visible part of the spectrum, red light has a longer wavelength than blue light.
The wavelength range of 400-750nm to which the human eye is sensitive.