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Español: Descomposición de la luz en una gota de agua

Refraction and reflection in a raindrop, producing a rainbow.

White light separates into different colours (wavelengths) on entering the raindrop, as red light is refracted by a lesser angle than blue light. On leaving the raindrop, the red rays have turned through a smaller angle than the blue rays, producing a rainbow.

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