How do you make transparent glass sheet into translucent in two ways without breaking it?
- etching with hydrofluoric acid
- grit sandblasting
Yes, glass is a translucent because translucent means permitting light to pass through. Some glass is also transparent, because images of items behind the glass can be seen. Some glass, because of substances mixed into it, are opaque and don't even allow any light at all to get through. Most of what we ordinarily think of as glass is transparent.
(translucent is not transparent, but clear enough for light to pass through) "If you replace the plain glass in the door with translucent glass, it will give you additional privacy." "Vellum is a special type of translucent paper." "The colors of the sunset could be seen through the translucent panes."
both are transparent since you cannot expect efficient lighting when light medium is translucent or opaque. In tubelight it is the fluoroscent coating inside the the tube which produces light and in bulb it is the filament. But finally the light passes through the glass which is transparent in nature
A room has large windows without curtains and the sunlight makes the room bright but no one can see in so is he glass opaque translucent or transparent?
How is reflection of light from a plane mirror different from the refraction of light as it enters a piece of glass?
transparent and translucent objects are the objects that let the light pass through them eg glass, but sometimes translucent objects are colorful so they change the color of the light as it passes through them opaque objects can either absorb the light, like dark material, or reflect, like a mirror.
If the water is not cloudy or contains visible particulates that would distort objects seen through it, it should be considered transparent. Otherwise, a UV-blocking lens or window pane would be translucent. A different opinion: Translucent because it allows some light to pass through it but not all
Transparency is defined as a quality an object has that allows light to pass through it and any objects on the opposite side can clearly be seen through through the transparent object. Translucent objects still allow light to pass through them, but the objects on the opposite side are not clearly visible. It could be likened to two pieces of glass. One is from a window and the other is frosted. The one piece from…
opaque is anything that is not see-through or translucent. if light can not pass through opaque objects so it forms a shadow. Examples of opaque objects are: *human beings and animal *trees *cardboard and anything which is solid and with a solid colour transparent objects allow light to pass through them and one can see objects at the other end. the light passes through without being disturbed examples: *water *clear plastic and glass translucent objects…
A translucent object is something that you can see through, but not completely. When light hits a translucent object, the light is scattered, meaning only some of the light passed through. An opaque object (like metal or wood) allows no light to pass through, and a transparent object (like glass or air) allows all or most light to pass.