answersLogoWhite

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2009-10-24 23:31:55
2009-10-24 23:31:55

Light waves cannot travel through an opaque object.
Sound waves intensity is reduced drastically when it crosses an opaque object.
Sound waves cannot propagate without a medium whereas light can travel without a medium of propagation.

001
๐Ÿฆƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions


no if an object is OPAQUE then light can't travel through it (unless it has a hole in it)



Light doesn't travel through opaque objects because the opaque objects block the light.


No, light cannot pass through an opaque object. Opaque means solid and not able to be seen through.


Light does not pass through an opaque object. An 'opaque' object is defined as one through which light does not pass. If light passes through an object, then that observation constitutes a reliable first clue that the object under test is not an opaque one.


No, that is what opaque means. Light does not go through an opaque object. An object that is translucent will allow light through, but is opaque enough to keep you from seeing clearly through it (think about frosted glass used for bathroom windows). Transparent is "see through".


The opaque object absorbs all the light.



Light will not travel through an opaque sponge.


An object is opaque when it absorbs or reflects light, and does not transmit the light through itself. And object is transparent or translucent if it transmits some or all of the light through itself.


traveling of light depends the characteristics of the object. If it is opaque or if it is a black body, light doesn't travel. similarly if it is transparent it easily gets into it.during the period of travel it changes its velocity. traveling of light depends the characteristics of the object. If it is opaque or if it is a black body, light doesn't travel. similarly if it is transparent it easily gets into it.during the period of travel it changes its velocity.


The moon is opaque. Light cannot travel through it.


Yes. Opaque means you can not see any light through the object.



No, Opaque objects can't be seen through, thus not letting light through.


Opaque means when an object does not allow light to pass through.


An object through which light cannot pass is known as opaque.


opaque is a object in which light can't pass through it. so when light hits the object it casts the shadow.


it is an object that light cannot pass through at all



If the light can not pass through a object it is opaque . The light will reflect or be absorbed by the object.


Copper is opaque to light - light can not travel though it.


Opaque means that neither light nor images can pass through the object. Translucent means that only light can pass through the object.


It means its not transparent. Light cannot pass through it. When something is opaque, you can't see through it. It also can mean that the object does not reflect light, an object without luster. Here are some materials that light can't travel through: a teddy bear, wood, computers and some clay.




Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.