Einstein Demonstrations- Color Mixing

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This podcast is part of the series: Einstein Demonstrations

Multimedia Details Title: Einstein Demonstrations- Color Mixing
Creator: McWane Science Center
Submitted By: Kathy Fournier, Informal Education Partner, Informal Education Partner
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McWane Science Center


Overview:

Mixing color light is called additive color mixing, because the combined colors are formed by the adding of light from two or more light sources together. Two or more lights added together will give more illumination than any of the lights by themselves. The primary colors of light are red, green and blue.


Length: 01:52
Content Areas: Science
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