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why no pink color light?

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pink light cannot be made from photons of a single wavelength ,
This has nothing to do with "photons of a single wavelength" (btw: a photon always has a single wavelength). - it only has to do with how color-vision in the human brain works and beyond that it's a philosophical question more than anything else... Watch this[1] praveenr5883, or just read about color-vision on wikipedia... 1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9dqJRyk0YM
thats right monochromatic red light plus monochromatic blue light makes dichromatic magenta light

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there is no wavelength which is pink!!.. infact pink if i remember is just absence of green from white light!
guys EVERY COLOR IS AN ILLUSION

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