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www.colormatters.com/color-and-science/are-black-and-white-colors

The answer to the question - "Are black and white colors?" - is one of the most debated issues about color. Ask a scientist and you'll get a reply based on physics: “Black is not a color, white is a color.” Ask an artist or a child with crayons and you'll get another: “Black is a color, white is not a color.” (Maybe!)

library.si.edu/exhibition/color-in-a-new-light/science

By scientifically establishing our visible spectrum (the colors we see in a rainbow), Newton laid the path for others to experiment with color in a scientific manner. His work led to breakthroughs in optics, physics, chemistry, perception, and the study of color in nature.

www.physicsforums.com/threads/is-black-a-colour.132724

In the scientific definition of black you are right, but we as everyday people call things by the color black (a car for instance). Now scientifically you would argue with me that what I call a black car is not black, and you would be right, but I'll continue to refer to it's color as black.

www.sensationalcolor.com/.../all-about-the-color-black-4382

All About the Color BLACK. by Kate Smith. Black is authoritative and powerful; because black can evoke strong emotions, too much can be overwhelming. Black represents a lack of color, the primordial void, emptiness. It is a classic color for clothing, possibly because it makes the wearer appear thinner and more sophisticated. ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black

Black is the darkest color, the result of the absence or complete absorption of visible light. It is an achromatic color, a color without hue, like white and gray. It is often used symbolically or figuratively to represent darkness, while white represents light.

onmogul.com/stories/the-color-spectrum-theory-black-vs-white

Black is a color, white is not a color. Black absorbs all colors, white emits them. Black being a color that absorbs all colors can be a part of a spectrum where white cannot because white needs a spectrum in order to be a color. White depends upon black in order to become a color because black absorbs all colors. White can never be a spectrum.

www.verywellmind.com/the-color-psychology-of-black-2795814

Black absorbs all light in the color spectrum.; Black is often used as a symbol of menace or evil, but it's also popular as an indicator of power.It's used to represent treacherous characters such as Dracula and is often associated with witchcraft. Black is associated with death and mourning in many cultures. It's also associated with unhappiness, sexuality, formality, and sophisticati...

www.colormatters.com/color-and-science

The scientific RGB color model Additive & subtractive colors. Science Projects Does color affect taste? How does the color of water affect its evaporation rate? New Frontiers for Color Non-spectral colors (Colors that are not in the rainbow) Are Black & White Colors? Three color theories that provide answers to this FAQ. Color and energy matters

www.britannica.com/story/are-black-and-white-colors

The trouble in this scientific approach is that some colors considered important in the crayon box are notoriously missing. Black and white, as well as colors like pink, don’t seem to have a place in a visible spectrum of light that goes only from violet to red. So does this mean that black and white aren’t real colors?

education.seattlepi.com/not-list-black-white-colors-physics-3426.html

White is not defined as a color because it is the sum of all possible colors. Black is not defined as a color because it is the absence of light, and therefore color. In the visual art world, white and black may sometimes be defined as distinct colors. This is different from the concept of spectral color in physics.