What are three types of materials that light tries to transmit through?
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What are the three classification of materials according to how light travels through them?
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What three types of materials affect the behavior of light?
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When light strikes a medium what are the three things that can happen?
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In which three categories can most materials be classified based on what happens to light that strikes the material?
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Are there three things that can happen when light travels from one material to another?
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What are the different kinds of materials base on light?
IF you use LIGHT response as a measure of different kinds of material, there are only THREE types Opaque = Light cannot penetrate, or bounce from the material well. Variations on this include only certain KINDS of light can penetrate it. IE UV glass that passes Optical light, forbids UV light. Translucent = Allows the majority of light to pass through. glass is the obvious example, and cloudiness or coloration is the obvious exception. Refractive = Any material that allows SOME light to pass through, but alters it's direction, often in different responses to the FREQUENCY of the light it encounters. OF COURSE, many materials exhibit all three properties to some degree
Why does foil absorbs light mean that it is opaque?
There are three possible characteristics to a materials reflectivity, which are all due to the orientation of its molecules: Transparent - light travels through the material Reflective - light is redirected away from the material Opaque - light is absorbed by the material Foil absorbing light means it is opaque because that is the definition of the term.
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What are three things that transfer energy through heating or light?
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Three types of materials that interact with light?
What does the science term of 'degree of transparency' mean?
Transparency, the basic term, is used as a relative measure of any material's ability to transmit light through it. In this context, there are three conditions (degrees) of transparency: Transparent: allows all light to pass through; Translucent: allows some light to pass through; Opaque: allows no light to pass through. Related Information: The term is used, often as a metaphor, in many other venues: government, other sciences, Human relations, linguistics, police science, communications, computer programming, social behavior, economics, etc.
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What determines how fast a sound wave will travel?
The density of the material the sound wave is moving through changes its speed. For air, the elevation, humidity and temperature are three basic things that change the density of air. In general, cold humidified air will transmit sound faster than warm dry air. For solid materials, the density and elasticity of the material will change the speed of sound waves through the material. Dense elastic materials like steel that regain their shape after deformation will have faster sound wave transmission than a "mushier" materials like rubber.
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Why you cant transmit high voltage through single phase?
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What are two important materials that are needed for photosynthesis?
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What happens when light passes from air into another medium?
It's either absorbed, reflected or refracted by the material, or any combination of the three. Refraction happens in transparent materials like glass, the speed and possibly direction of the light may be altered. Light travelling through glass, water or diamond for example, will travel slightly slower.
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Do sound waves travel better through solids liquids or gas?
Of the three mediums (gas, liquid, and solid) sound waves travel the slowest through gases, faster through liquids, and fastest through solids. This is because longitudinal waves require collisions between particles to transmit energy - in dense materials, the atoms are closer together, leading to more collisions per second, increasing the speed of transmission. Temperature also affects the speed of sound.
What are three materials that move through a cell membrane?
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What three things are used to make glucose on photosynthesis?
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How many lenses does the light pass through between the light source and your eye?
how does light effect your eye? In a compound light microscope? The light passes through three lenses between the light source and your eye. The first lens is the condenser lens.. The second lens is the objective lens. The third and final lens is the Eyepiece, also known as, the ocular lens. This is the lens you look through. These are the lenses that light must pass through to get from the light source to your eye.
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Which microscope would you use if the object is too thick to let light pass through it?
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What are three differences between a motor and sensory neurone?
# Motor neurones have cell bodies inside the Central Nervous System (CNS) whilst in sensory neurones the cell body is located outside of the CNS # Motor neurones transmit impulses from the CNS to the effector which brings about a response to the situation, sensory neurones transmit impulses from to the CNS from the receptor. # Sensory neurones transmit impulses as a result of external stimuli such as pressure, light, temperature etc. Motor neurone transmit impulses passed along the CNS to the effector.