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Rainbows form when sunlight is refracted into separate colors by water droplets. We usually see rainbows as arcs due to each individual color refracting at different angles.
Though a rainbow spans a continuous spectrum of colors, the human eye usually perceives bands of seven distinct colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet.


How to Make a Rainbow. Isaac Newton is credited with being the first to show that white light is made up of all of the colors of the visible spectrum. He also ...

Jul 23, 2014 ... Welcome to Champak SciQ, where we teach you simple science experiments which you can do it at home. You Will Need : 1) Water 2) A Bowl ...
Aug 12, 2014 ... Using sunlight, I make a really bright rainbow with Infrared and Ultraviolet light (I prove it in my other videos). Take a mirror and put it in water, ...


You usually have to wait until a storm has cleared and the sun comes out to see a rainbow, but you can make this rainbow inside your very own house.


Feb 26, 2015 ... This week, Onetime and I had fun exploring some different ways of creating rainbows at home and we're going to share those with you today.


Funology Science Experiments: Make a Rainbow. You can show your kids how to make their very own rainbow with light, a glass of water, and a piece of paper.


Jul 7, 2017 ... From reflection (mirror) to refraction (water glass) to learning about density, we've found six ways to make or learn from the rainbow.


Nov 4, 2015 ... 6 different ways you can make a rainbow. How to Make a Rainbow using a prism, a mirror and a hosepipe.


Learn how to make a rainbow with this fun science experiment for kids. Using just a few simple everyday items you can find out how rainbows work while ...