Rivoningo

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Rivoningo i matimba ya ntumbuluko lama endlaka leswaku hikota ku vona.[1] Matihlo ya hina makota kuvona ntsengo wokarhi wa rivoningo, kasi kuna magandlati ya matimba ya rivoningo lawa hi kotiki ku mavona.[2][3]

Xihlovo xa rivoningo laha misaveni i dyambu. Rivoningo ra dyambu ri haxa matimba eka swimilana leswkau swi kota to sweka chukele ra ntumbuluko leri nyikaka matimba eka swiharhi na vanhu lava dyaka swimilana sweswo. Ndzilo wa tihunyi na wona ixinwana xa swholovo swa rivoningo, kasi manguva lawa hi tirhisa ngopfu matimba ya gezi ku layitha timboni ta gezi. Swiharhi swin'wana swikota ku endla rivoningo hi xirho xa karhi xa miri wa swona.

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  1. CIE (1987). International Lighting Vocabulary. Number 17.4. CIE, 4th edition. ISBN: 978-3-900734-07-7.
    By the International Lighting Vocabulary, the definition of light is: “Any radiation capable of causing a visual sensation directly.”
  2. Pal, G. K.; Pal, Pravati (2001). "chapter 52". Textbook of Practical Physiology (1st ed.). Chennai: Orient Blackswan. p. 387. ISBN 978-81-250-2021-9. Retrieved 11 October 2013. "The human eye has the ability to respond to all the wavelengths of light from 400–700 nm. This is called the visible part of the spectrum." 
  3. Buser, Pierre A.; Imbert, Michel (1992). Vision. MIT Press. p. 50. ISBN 978-0-262-02336-8. Retrieved 11 October 2013. "Light is a special class of radiant energy embracing wavelengths between 400 and 700 nm (or mμ), or 4000 to 7000 Å."