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# Determine the color and approximate wavelength absorbed

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Problem 66E

Problem 66E

Determine the color and approximate wavelength absorbed most strongly by each solution.

a.        blue solution

b.        red solution

c.        yellow solution

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Solution 66E:THe color wheel represents the complementary color to that of absorbed color.The range of visible color is given below…Therefore the color we observe is the complementary to the color that is absorbed. (a) Blue solution\nThe solution is blue colored. Since the color we observe is the complementary to the absorbedcolor.The absorbed color for blue solution is= OrangeTHe visible range of wavelength for Orange color is 590 nm to 625 nmThe average maximum wavelength absorbed for blue color solution is = (590+625)/2607.5 nm(b) Red solutionThe solution is red colored. Since the color we observe in the solution is the complementary tothe absorbed color.The absorbed color for red solution is= GreenTHe visible range of wavelength for Green color is 500 nm to 565 nmThe average maximum wavelength absorbed for blue color solution is = (500+565)/2532.5 nm(c) Yellow solutionThe solution is yellow colored. Since the color we observe in the solution is the complementaryto the absorbed color.The absorbed color for yellow solution is= VioletTHe visible range of wavelength for Violet color is 380 nm to 440 nmThe average maximum wavelength absorbed for blue color solution is = (380+440)/2410 nm Absorbed color Complementary Wavelength range max color (visible color) Orange Blue 590 nm to 625 nm 607.5 nm Green Red 500 nm to 565 nm 532.5 nm Violet Yellow 380 nm to 440 nm 410 nm

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