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Light refraction

Refraction. Computer artwork of white light being refracted as it passes through an equilateral triangular prism. Light changes direction, or is refracted, when it meets a different transparent medium such as a prism. An equilateral triangular prism disperses the white light into its component colours, producing the colour spectrum

Science Photo Library features Science and Medical images including photos and illustrations

Media ID 6284141

© DAVID PARKER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Beam Colour Colours Dispersion Light Optics Prism Refracting Refraction Spectrum Speed Of Light White Light Computer Artwork Disperses


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"Brighten up your morning routine with a Media Storehouse Photo Mug, featuring an awe-inspiring image of light refraction from Science Photo Library. This captivating mug showcases the mesmerizing phenomenon of white light being refracted as it passes through an equilateral triangular prism. As you sip your favorite beverage, enjoy the daily reminder of the fascinating world of science and optics. Each mug is meticulously crafted to ensure high-quality printing and durability, making it a perfect addition to your collection or a thoughtful gift for the science enthusiast in your life. Embrace the beauty of science with every sip."

A personalised photo mug blends sentimentality with functionality, making an ideal gift for cherished loved ones, close friends, or valued colleagues. Preview may show both sides of the same mug.

Elevate your coffee or tea experience with our premium white ceramic mug. Its wide, comfortable handle makes drinking easy, and you can rely on it to be both microwave and dishwasher safe. Sold in single units, preview may show both sides of the same mug so you can see how the picture wraps around.

Mug Size is 9.6cm high x 8.1cm diameter (3.8" x 3.2")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print from Science Photo Library showcases the mesmerizing phenomenon of light refraction. In this computer artwork, we witness the enchanting transformation of white light as it passes through an equilateral triangular prism. As the light encounters this transparent medium, its direction is altered, creating a stunning display of refracted beams. The prism acts as a catalyst for change, dispersing the white light into its magnificent component colors and unveiling the vibrant color spectrum. This awe-inspiring illustration beautifully captures how physics and optics intertwine to produce such a breathtaking visual spectacle. Through meticulous attention to detail in their computer artwork, Science Photo Library brings forth an image that not only educates but also captivates viewers with its sheer beauty. The play between light and prism serves as a reminder of nature's ability to surprise us with its intricate mechanisms. As we delve deeper into understanding the science behind refraction and dispersion, this image becomes more than just art; it becomes a gateway to exploring concepts like optical benches and the speed of light. It invites us to marvel at both the simplicity and complexity found within our natural world. Science Photo Library once again demonstrates their expertise in capturing scientific wonders through visually striking images that ignite curiosity while celebrating nature's inherent magnificence.

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