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Additive colors: RGB Chemistry Physical chemistry
Colors.JPG

Overview:

Mix three basic colours (red, green and blue) to see the resulting colour.

You may:

  • Drag the slider to change the percentage of each colour in the mixture


Suggestions:

You could:

  • Try to calculate the RGB percentage for various colours in the applet web page and in Inspire's web page
  • Discuss the difference between additive and subtractive colours
  • Discuss the use of RGB in computer graphics
  • Discuss whether this is Physics or Chemistry: what are the differences between the two? Perhaps discussing the methodology and approach of each..


Learning object available in:

EN
DE
IT
LT
ES
CA


Terms you need to know:

Red
Green
Blue


Additional information:

type: interactive animation
format: java
Permission to(1):
download: no?
modify: no?
Further permissions:
http://www.ucop.edu/
Age group(2): 5-12


Notes

(1) For personal, non-commercial use. To read the complete "Terms of use" of this learning object, please follow the link given in "Further permissions".

(2) Suggested age group. The learning object may be used by the Teachers with students of any age.

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