REAL LIFE APPLICATIONS OF SPECTRUM

The word spectrum was first used in optics to define the band of multiple colours that is produced when light passes and splits across the glass prism or an air drop. In generality, spectrum can be defined as a range of any kind of thing. Therefore, in physics and chemistry, spectrum is defined as a range of waves (light, radio, sound or electromagnetic) within a particular frequency.

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