Frequency: Visible light has a frequency of 430 THz.
Wavelength: Its wavelength ranges from 400 to 700 nanometers (nm)
Practical Applications: visible light is one way energy uses to get around and allows us to see. visible light waves can also be made using a laser. Lasers are used in CDs and DVD players, where the light is reflected from the tiny pits in the disc, and the pattern is detected and translated into sound or data.
Negative Factors/ Health Precautions: Although visible light is a necessity, too much light can damage the retina in your eye and this damage could be permanent.
Future possibilities/interesting facts: The Sun's the dominant source for visible-light waves our eyes receive. the surface of the Sun is around 5,600 degrees, and it give off a great deal of visible light.
Location on the spectrum: Visible light is the fourth wave on the spectrum having the fourth longest wavelength.