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Is net curtain a translucent object?
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How is a shadow produced?
Shadows are formed when light shines on an opaque (solid) or translucent (partially solid, like a net curtain) object. This object stops the light rays, so a shadow is produced in the shape of the object. For example, if you hold your hand in front of a light, then the light will only be seen in the places where your hand is not blocking it. You will then see a hand shaped shadow.
Can translucent objects let you see clearly through them?
What is an example of translucent object?
Asked in Science, Eyes, Definitions
What determines the color of a translucent object?
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Why is frosted glass a translucent object?
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.
Asked in Physics, Mechanics, Newtons Laws of Motion
How does the net force on an object determine the motion of the object?
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What does translucent mean?
A translucent object is an object that allows light to pass through but is not transparent--you cannot make out the shapes of the objects on the other side. Translucent is not quite transparent, so that you can see through it but only diffusely, that is, only just. Try looking through some tracing paper; it is a translucent object. This term, translucent, means that light can travel trough a fabric or substance but not as it would through a window. An example would be a plastic milk jug. when a substance is translucent one can see vaguely through it, it is the opposite of dense
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If the net force on an object is zero then the object has?