The absence or full absorption of visible light produces the color black. Like white and gray, it is an achromatic color with no hue. It is frequently used to denote darkness, either metaphorically or metaphorically. Good and evil, the Dark Ages vs the Age of Enlightenment, and darkness vs day are all examples of black and white contrasts. Black has been the symbolic hue of seriousness and power since the Middle Ages, and judges and magistrates continue to wear it.
In neolithic cave paintings, black was one of the first colors employed by painters. It was the hue of the underworld in ancient Egypt and Greece. It became the hue of mourning in the Roman Empire, and it was commonly connected with death, evil, witches, and sorcery through the years. In much of Europe in the 14th century, it was worn by monarchs, clergy, judges, and government officials. In the 19th century, it was the hue of choice for English romantic poets, businesspeople, and statesmen, and in the 20th century, it was a high-fashion color. It is the hue most usually associated with sadness, the end, secrets, magic, force, violence, evil, and elegance, according to polls in Europe and North America.
Black ink is the most often used color for printing books, newspapers, and documents because it has the biggest contrast with white paper and hence is the simplest to read. Similarly, on computer displays, black text on a white background is the most frequent format. As of September 2019, the darkest substance is produced from vertically linked carbon nanotubes by MIT researchers.
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