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rycw
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Apr14-10, 12:01 PM
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which colour is brightest (red monochromatic light, green monochromatic light and blue monochromatic light )? and which light will give highest radiant flux? why?
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Apr14-10, 12:10 PM
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This is like asking, "which sound is loudest: bass, treble, or midrange?"

In other words, you need more information!
Rajini
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Apr14-10, 12:23 PM
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If you know the wave length of each light you can try to find its frequency...
As jtbell said: it is somewhat difficult to say with less information that you gave.
But brightness is something related to convergence angle, bandwidth, etc..i.e. it mainly depends on collimation.

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Apr14-10, 02:05 PM
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About light

Wavelength of Maximum Human (Optical) Sensitivity: "The eye is most sensitive to green light (555 nm) because green stimulates two of the three kinds of cones, L and M, almost equally."

So green light would be perceived as "brighter" by the human visual system.


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