Lights are usually for convenience grouped into warm or cool and rated in degrees Kelvin Warm 2700K to3500K Cool 3500K to 5000K.
As well as the temperatures the other important thing is the Spectral Emission from the different types of lights.
Below is a chart showing the output for typical Incandescent, Flourescent and LED lights compared to daylight.
As you can see Incandescent favours the red end, Flourescent has strong spikes in the green and yellow and although LEDs follow closer to daylight they still miss out a lot of blue and red.
Cool rated LED’s are you best bet but still a compromise.
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— Allen Ginsberg
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