Visible light is electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths ranging from roughly 400 and 700 nanometers.
Black and white are not colors because they do not have specific wavelengths.
Instead, white light contains all wavelengths of visible light.
Black, on the other hand, is the absence of visible light.
Is white a color or the absence of color?
In the visible spectrum, WHITE REFLECTS LIGHT, and is not the absence of light. However,BLACK ABSORBS LIGHT and is the absence of colour. Black can be correctly identified as the visual impression experienced by a person when no light can reach the eye.
Is white a primary color?
However, all color is false color and only exists as color in our brain and that of certain animals. The primary colors are Red, Green and Blue. The secondary colors are combinations of two primary colors: Magenta, Yellow and Cyan. The color (yes!) white is the combination of all primary colors.
Is clear a color?
No, because “clear” things can be any color. Clear just means it’s transparent. Glass can be clear and green. “Colorless” means it has no color.
Is white all colors combined?
By convention, the three primary colors in additive mixing are red, green, and blue. In the absence of light of any color, the result is black. If all three primary colors of light are mixed in equal proportions, the result is neutral (gray or white). When the red and green lights mix, the result is yellow.