University Physics with Modern Physics (14th Edition)

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Chapter 35 - Interference - Problems - Discussion Questions - Page 1180: Q35.16


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White light is composed of many wavelengths of light. The colors that reflect weakly at a particular point are, by definition, precisely those where most of the colored light isn’t reflected, but makes it through the air wedge. These colors will be strong in transmission.
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