Are You Able to See The Light in the Yellow-Green Part of the Spectrum?
Yellow and green are both a part of the light spectrum band that is visible to the human eye. The eye itself has receptors of yellow and green light waves which lie within a particular band of wavelengths ranging in order of 10¬¬¬-13 meters. Receptors that allow green and yellow light visibility in the eyes include OPN1MW and OPN1MW2. In fact, colors in the light spectrum include wavelengths, both shorter and longer than yellow or green.
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