Where Can You Find Iridescence In Nature?
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When the wavelengths of light that hits the top half of a bubble and the light reflected from the bottom of the bubble match up, iridescence occurs. 00:09
Iridescence is caused by constructive interference. 00:25
Examples of iridescence are fish scales, bubbles, peacock feathers, oyster shells, and more. 00:42
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