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Q: Materials that do not allow light to pass through?
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What material does not allow light to pass through it?

Opaque materials do not allow light to pass through them.


What type of material always lets light pass through it?

Transparent materials will always allow light to pass through, translucent materials will allow light to pass through as well but the light rays will be scattered. Opaque materials will not allow any light to pass through.


Why opaque materials do not allow light to pass through them?

They reflect or absorb light and thus do not allow light to pass through.


What word is used for materials that light can pass through?

Transparent materials allow light to freely pass through them. Translucent materials also allow light to pass through them, but change the colour of the light.


What term defines some light passing through?

Translucent materials allow some light to pass through. Transparent materials allow most or all light to pass through.


What materials allow no light to pass through them?

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Do translucent materials absorb light?

Yes, they only allow some of light to pass through them.


Materials that only partially allow light pass through blurring the light as it passes?

Shade cloth Answer: Assuming we are talking about substances, not sewing materials, there are several different kinds: Transparent materials allow light and images to pass through. Example: water, glass Partially transparent materials allow some light and images to pass through.Example: colored water, sunglasses Translucent materials allow light, but not images, to pass through. Example: white lamp globe, rice paper Partially translucent materials allow some light, but not images, to pass through. Example: colored lampshade, colored tissue paper Opaque materials absorb or reflect light. Example: book, rock, wood Specular materials reflect light and images. Example: Mirror, Garden gazing ball


What is difference between transperent and translucent materials?

Transparent materials allow almost all light to pass through (example glass) while translucent materials only allow some light to pass through them (example filter paper).


What is it called when materials allow light to pass through them and form a blurry image?

A Filter of some sort


In which three categories can most materials be classified based on what happens to light that's strikes the material?

Transparent materials allow light to pass through, Opaque objects completely stop the passage of light, Reflecting surfaces will reflect the light, and translucent objects allow the light to pass, but in a diffuse manner.


What happens to light when it travells through air and meets a transparant surface?

transparent surfaces, allow light to pass through, translucent surfaces allow SOME light to pass through and opaque surfaces DO NOT allow any light to pass through