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
blue hue of water is an intrinsic pro...
Mar 19, 2014 ... It's commonly believed that the ocean is blue because it's reflecting the blue sky.
But this is a misconception. The ocean is blue because of the ...
Most of the time the ocean appears to be blue because this is the color our eyes
see. But the ocean can be many other colors depending upon particles in 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
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Apr 30, 2011 ... We produced this short video with Pearson publishing for their new Middle
Grades science textbooks, released in 2010. We hope you enjoy it.
"The ocean looks blue because red, orange and yellow (long wavelength light)
are absorbed more strongly by water than is blue (short wavelength light).
After all, when you turn on your tap at home and fill a clear glass with water, it
doesn't appear blue, does it? Nope! It's clear as can be. So why would the ocean
Have you ever wondered why the ocean is blue? Have you ever wondered why
the ocean is sometimes another color, like green, instead of blue? Here's the ...
The ocean appears blue because the water absorbs more of the red light in
sunlight; the water also enhances the scattering of blue light (CV Raman).
Both the sky and the ocean are blue, but for two very different reasons. The sky is
blue because of something called Rayleigh scattering. For very small particles ...