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    Introduction Light is important for our daily life in order to see in darkness or to capture a perfect picture. Back in B.C century, people use a Sun as a source of light and at night they use a fire or touch to see in the darkness. In photoshoot or in event lightning is one of the most important equipment to have to take a picture or record a video. Some of the lightning can be use in a wedding, concert or event it better quality for videos and pictures or for the vision. There are variety of lightening

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    Light has three principal characteristics that affect plant growth: quantity, quality, and duration. Light quantity refers to the intensity or concentration of sunlight and varies with the season of the year. The maximum is present in the summer and the minimum in winter. The more sunlight a plant receives (up to a point), the better capacity it has to produce plant food through photosynthesis. As the sunlight quantity decreases the photosynthetic process decreases. Light quantity can be decreased

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    Since the dawn of man, light has been a point of interest. For centuries man has studied light and its effects in the world, and for a long time we were oblivious to how it truly worked; but thanks to a young scientist, name Thomas Young, we learned how it worked in the early nineteenth century. Light, as it turned out to be, is a wave particle rippling through the universe. The purpose of this essay is to explain Young’s findings and the experiment he used to learn how light worked. During the centuries

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    Light

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    LIGHT: A FUNDAMENTAL FORCE IN OUR WORLD If asked what light is, one could say that it's one of the most basic elements of our world and our universe as we perceive it. It is through sight that we receive 90% of our information. It is through the use of telescopes aiding the naked eye that we are aware of the heavenly bodies around us. It is through light that the energy from the sun is transferred to us. The sun's energy supports the food chain; plants use it to turn water

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    The Light

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    surge of pain throughout his whole body. His eyes feel too heavy to open, but he forces them to. The bright lights blind him momentarily, but his eyes adjust a few seconds later. He sees two men dressed in suits hovering above him. He is quickly frightened when he realizes that in place of their eyes is nothing but darkness. The last thing John feels is a pinch in his left forearm and then the light is gone. The next time John opens his eyes, he's in a different place. It's a small room with not much

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    Light consists of electric and magnetic fields, commonly known as electromagnetic waves. These waves are generated by the movement back and forward of electric charges, or oscillation. The term light is commonly referred to just those electromagnetic waves that we are able to see. Light can only be visible when it has a wavelength within a narrow range of values called the visible spectrum, if the wavelength is too long or short, it is a different kind of wavelength in the electromagnetic spectrum

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    Light Intensity

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    By looking at Table A in the microscopic light results, it can be seen that the results would obey the inverse square law. This was because as the distance increases the light intensity of the microscopic light decreases. The graphs that demonstrate the inverse square law can be seen in figure 1 and 3. Thus, it is evident that the relationship between light intensity varies inversely with the square of the distance holds truth in real-life situations and or under laboratory conditions. The reason

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    Light Essay

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    your eyes. Light affects how we see things around us. Thomas Edison designed the first-long lasting incandescent light bulb in 1879. Light travels in waves and is emitted from a source. The sun gives of Visible and Ultraviolet light. Light waves have peaks and valleys. The peaks and valleys have wavelengths. It depends on the type of the light. There is light on an Electromagnetic spectrum and it has all types of different lights. The Electromagnetic

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    Light Paper

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    Light is a kind of electromagnetic radiation. It is made up of vibrations between a certain group of frequencies. When light is given off from a source it spreads out over a larger area. Scientists are still dumbfounded by exactly what light is. When light hits a smooth or polished surface it "bounces" off at the same angle that it hit. Reflecting telescopes are made of concave mirrors and they have helped astronomers chart the universe because the mirrors interact with each other to magnify

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    Light Observations

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    Light Observations Made on 2-17-05 From the hours of 1800 to 2200 on Thursday 2-17-05, an inspection of the lights found on the exterior of the warehouses, container lots, pipe yard, and dock took place. After searching all the light fixtures on the outside of the warehouses there were only two found that possibly could cause a hazard to someone. The first one found was at bay door 1A-1, the fixture was hanging loose off the wall with wires exposed. 2B-2 was the other site with a possible hazard

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