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How Rainbow is Formed

Rainbow is one of optic phenomena that happens in the atmosphere of the earth
naturally. We can see it at mountin range, or when it is cloudy, or when it is
raining and rising of sun. We have to be the other side for looking. We just can
see it a half of circle form, but acctually the rainbow is a circle form. We can see
it perfectly, if it is seen by standing in the high place. It is real that rainbow is a
circle form not like parabola form. On the ground, we can not see perfectly,
except if we are in the high place like in the air plane or standing on top of
moutain. When we are looking at rainbows colors, we will see them that ordered
of red is on the highest order, and purple is on the lowest order.
Red is more dominant than another color caused by having biggest wave
between others. Therefore the red one is in the highest order and purple one is
in lowest order. How rainbow is formed? Try to watch it when light of sun
concerns a 90-degree angle mirror or a glass prism side, or surface of soap
foam. We can see colors on the light. The light is rayyed to be some wave lenght
of light that it is seen by our eyes as red, bright red, yellow, green, blue and
purple. These colors are compnents of light that they are called visible light. The
other component is invisible light such as infrared (red is in the right side), and
ultraviolet (bright red is in the left side).
So, we can see the beautiful rainbow because there are some processes to be
beautiful rainbow that it appears in the sky.

What is photosynthesis? Photosynthesis is a food-making process that occurs in

green plants. It is the chief function of leaves. The word photosynthesis means
putting together with light. Green plants use energy from light to combine
carbon dioxide and water to make sugar and other chemical compounds.

How is the light used in photosynthesis?

The light used in photosynthesis is absorbed by a green pigment called

chlorophyll. Each food-making cell in a plant leaf contains chlorophyll in small
bodies called chloroplasts. In chloroplast, light energy causes water drawn form
the soil to split into hydrogen and oxygen.

What are the steps of photosynthesis process? Let me tell you the process of
photosynthesis, in a series of complicated steps, the hydrogen combines with
carbon dioxide from the air, forming a simple sugar. Oxygen from the water
molecules is given off in the process. From sugar together with nitrogen, sulphur,
and phosporus from the soil-green plants can make starch, fat, protein, vitamins,
and other complex compounds essential for life. Photosynthesis provides the
chemical energy that is needed to produced these compounds.