by: Martin Sagendorf
Most everyone knows that an equilateral prism will refract white light into its constituent colors: a spectrum ranging from red to violet. But, if one uses two prisms, there’s much more to be discovered.
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8 Comments | High School level, Middle School level, Physics | Tagged: light, light spectrum, PBL, phenomenon based learning, phenomenon-based science, prisms, refraction, science, Sir Isaac Newton | Permalink
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