What Is the Order of the Color Spectrum?

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The order of the color spectrum is based on decreasing frequencies. The colors are arranged as follows: violet, blue, green, yellow, orange red. Each of the color's frequencies are 668-789 THz (violet), 606-668 THz (blue), 526-606 THz (green), 508-526 THz (yellow), 484-508 THz (orange), and 400-484 THz (red).
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in order of decreasing energy: violet - 380-450 nm. blue - 450-495 nm. green - 495-570 nm. yellow - 570-590 nm. orange - 590-620 nm. red - 620-750 nm.
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It was as the other answerers have said: red, orange. yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. They have now removed indigo from the spectrum as being just the dividing line between
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Light color falls along a continuous spectrum and is represented by a color temperature measurement unit called the Kelvin (K) It may seem backward, but the higher the K the cooler
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Violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow,
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