While relatively small quantities of water appear to be colorless, water's tint
becomes a deeper blue as the thickness of the observed sample increases. The
WHY IS WATER BLUE? Reproduced from J. Chem. Edu., 1993, 70(8), 612 ·
Charles L. Braun and Sergei N. Smirnov Department of Chemistry Dartmouth ...
That cool, refreshing glass of water on a hot day may appear colorless, but water
is actually a faint blue color. The blue color becomes visible when we look ...
"The ocean looks blue because red, orange and yellow (long wavelength light)
are absorbed more strongly by water than is blue (short wavelength light).
Jun 17, 2013 ... Is the Caribbean water cleaner? Is the sun stronger down south? And how come
it's green-blue near the shore, yet navy blue a mile off shore?
Mar 19, 2014 ... It's commonly believed that the ocean is blue because it's reflecting the ... Just
how blue the water is depends on how much of it is available to ...
Apr 2, 2013 ... You've seen it in deep oceans – water becomes blue. Sure, one could argue, but
that's only because the water is reflecting the color of the sky.
Water molecules scatter blue wavelengths by absorbing the light waves, and
then rapidly reemitting the light waves in different directions. That is why there are
Oct 28, 2014 ... When you imagine the Caribbean, you probably think about the crystal-clear,
turquoise waters. But have you ever wondered what makes the ...
The ocean is blue because water absorbs colors in the red part of the light
spectrum. Like a filter, this leaves behind colors in the blue part of the light