• Rainbow film-4

    Magic Material

    (1)Creates changing

    (2)The flexible, transparent Rainbow film is less the 20 micron, but contains more than 120 layers of two or more different polymers.

    (3)These layers separate into the colors of the spectrum. When light is reflected from the film.

    (4)The observed colors vary as one changes the angle of observation.

    (5) Can be laminated with either paper

  • Rainbow film-9

    Magic Material

    (1)Creates changing

    (2)The flexible, transparent Rainbow film is less the 20 micron, but contains more than 120 layers of two or more different polymers.

    (3)These layers separate into the colors of the spectrum. When light is reflected from the film.

    (4)The observed colors vary as one changes the angle of observation.

    (5) Can be laminated with either paper

  • Rainbow film-5

    Magic Material

    (1)Creates changing

    (2)The flexible, transparent Rainbow film is less the 20 micron, but contains more than 120 layers of two or more different polymers.

    (3)These layers separate into the colors of the spectrum. When light is reflected from the film.

    (4)The observed colors vary as one changes the angle of observation.

    (5) Can be laminated with either paper

  • Rainbow film-1

    Magic Material

    (1)Creates changing

    (2)The flexible, transparent Rainbow film is less the 20 micron, but contains more than 120 layers of two or more different polymers.

    (3)These layers separate into the colors of the spectrum. When light is reflected from the film.

    (4)The observed colors vary as one changes the angle of observation.

    (5) Can be laminated with either paper

  • Rainbow film-6

    Magic Material

    (1)Creates changing

    (2)The flexible, transparent Rainbow film is less the 20 micron, but contains more than 120 layers of two or more different polymers.

    (3)These layers separate into the colors of the spectrum. When light is reflected from the film.

    (4)The observed colors vary as one changes the angle of observation.

    (5) Can be laminated with either paper

  • Rainbow film-2

    Magic Material

    (1)Creates changing

    (2)The flexible, transparent Rainbow film is less the 20 micron, but contains more than 120 layers of two or more different polymers.

    (3)These layers separate into the colors of the spectrum. When light is reflected from the film.

    (4)The observed colors vary as one changes the angle of observation.

    (5) Can be laminated with either paper

  • Rainbow film-3

    Magic Material

    (1)Creates changing

    (2)The flexible, transparent Rainbow film is less the 20 micron, but contains more than 120 layers of two or more different polymers.

    (3)These layers separate into the colors of the spectrum. When light is reflected from the film.

    (4)The observed colors vary as one changes the angle of observation.

    (5) Can be laminated with either paper

  • Rainbow film-7

    Magic Material

    (1)Creates changing

    (2)The flexible, transparent Rainbow film is less the 20 micron, but contains more than 120 layers of two or more different polymers.

    (3)These layers separate into the colors of the spectrum. When light is reflected from the film.

    (4)The observed colors vary as one changes the angle of observation.

    (5) Can be laminated with either paper

  • Rainbow film-8

    Magic Material

    (1)Creates changing

    (2)The flexible, transparent Rainbow film is less the 20 micron, but contains more than 120 layers of two or more different polymers.

    (3)These layers separate into the colors of the spectrum. When light is reflected from the film.

    (4)The observed colors vary as one changes the angle of observation.

    (5) Can be laminated with either paper

  • Rainbow film-10

    Magic Material

    (1)Creates changing

    (2)The flexible, transparent Rainbow film is less the 20 micron, but contains more than 120 layers of two or more different polymers.

    (3)These layers separate into the colors of the spectrum. When light is reflected from the film.

    (4)The observed colors vary as one changes the angle of observation.

    (5) Can be laminated with either paper

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