White Light

The visible spectrum, in which all the individual wavelengths which correspond to specific colors are present in equal quantity, resulting in essentially "uncolored" light. The individual components of white light can be seen by refracting the light through a prism or through raindrops (as in a rainbow). See Visible Spectrum.

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