prismatic colors


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prismatic colors

[prizmat′ik]
the seven rainbow hues (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet) produced from white light when it is reduced to its component wavelengths by the dispersion effect of a prism.
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That was a really special process, discovering the prismatic colors in the metal that were invisible at first.
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