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orange yellow green
According to NCAA specifications, basketball game balls are one of 3 PMS colors. The pantone colors are Orange 151, Red-Orange 173 or Brown 1535.
Absorb red, yellow, orange. Reflect blue, green, purple.
Absolutely. It absorbs all the colors of light that do not bounce off and give it the color you see. If it is an orange basketball, then it absorbs all the blue and most of the green. What is left over is a little bit of yellow and a little bit more of red, mixed together it looks orange.
Except white and black all colors absorb a part of light and reflect an other one.
possible brown or black or poopy colors
I think red Orange and other color closest to fire THIS IS NOT AN EXACT ANSWER IT IS JUST WHAT I THINK.
A basketball looks like an orange but with black stripes or some times the stripes are white or diffrent colors and its round.
There is no specific reason basketball rims are orange.
dark colors because they absorb more of the light rays
Yes different colors do absorb heat differently. You can tell that darker colors absorb more heat than lighter colors because the light reflects off of the light colors.
They absorb more wavelengths of light than the lighter colors which reflect more wavelengthsDark colors absorb more heat because they absorb more electromagnetic radiation (visible light). When the sun hits dark colors, they absorb more of the sun's light.
Yes. All colors absorb heat. The quantity depends on which color. Darker colors absorb more heat than lighter colors because of differences in light wavelengths.
Red, Yellow, Orange, Red-Orange, Red-violet, and Yellow Orange
Black absorbs heat fast. Other colors like red, blue, green, etc, absorb heat slower.
you name colors by what you think they remind you of like orange is an orange.
Yes. All colors (except white, which is a lack of all color) can absorb heat.
black and dark colors
The colors that we call orange or red are particular frequencies of visible light. An object that reflects mostly the light in a particular frequency will "look" that color. It is the compounds in the skins of fruits that absorb and reflect light in different frequencies, In the case of the apple, the compounds inside the skin absorb a completely different range of frequencies, and are therefore a different color.* Objects that absorb almost all colors of light appear brown or black. Those that absorb little light of any frequency appear white.
black absorb heat the fastest
Yes. All colors absorb heat. The darker they are the more they absorb. White almost nothing as it is the absence of all colors and the most is black, because it is the presence of all colors.