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Why blue is one of nature’s brightest colors – haveeruonline

in Bird feather on Fruit skinsIn the natural world, there are two main ways to display colors. Pigment material Provide selective color absorption, or Structure color The use of microscopic structures to control light reflection.
Now scientists have come up with a computer model that explains why nature’s brightest matte structural colors are almost always blue and green. This is because it is the limit of the color of the structure within the visible spectrum.
In addition to providing a bette…

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