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Para que el ojo humano sea capaz de aislar una radiaciĆ³n luminosa del espectro visible a partir de un flujo luminoso blanco, necesita de un filtro coloreado que le impida ver el resto de los colores. Por ejemplo si observamos una escena a traves de un filtro naranja, solo percibiremos diferentes tonos de naranja, desde muy oscuros ( incluso negro donde no llega la luz o donde hay colores que no sean rojizos) hasta casi amarillos, pero nunca blanco puesto que para poder percibirlo es indispensable poder ver radiaciones azules, que con un filtro naranja es imposible, ya que el color que transmite es el naranja, y absorbe azul. Por esto, se deduce que todo filtro de color impide el paso de los colores complementarios de su propio color.


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