reflect light well-normally shinysmooth pale colour objects: mirror, glass, shiny metal, tin foil...these objects favour a good image due to the reflection of light is regular do not reflect light well-usually rough, matt , dark colured objects: tree trunk, car wheel, dark carboard, brick, stone, dark opaque plastic... These objects diffuse the picture or do not giva a picture at all because reflected light is irregular.
Yes. very well
Dark colors, especially flat black do not reflect light well. Carbon Nanotubes are considered the worst for reflecting light.
objects with dark, rough surfaces.
sun, stars, galaxies, nebulae, and meteors
No, everything that we can see (besides objects the produce light eg sun, light bulb) reflect light. If it didn't reflect light we would not be able to see it.
Why cant you see your reflection in all objects that reflect light?
Yes. There is hardly anything that reflects NO light; dark objects simply reflect less light than light objects.
Dark objects do not reflect light. Light is absorbed by them.
You cannot see your reflection in all objects that reflect light because of diffuse reflection.
It absorbs all the frequencies of light, meaning it does not reflect any light.
All objects reflect the color of light that you see. Thus; lemons reflect yellow light rays, limes reflect green ones, and oranges reflect orange light rays. On a final note, white objects reflect all colored light waves, and black objects reflect none. With that said, the cones in your retina register these reflected light rays; thus, it makes sense that rooms without any light are black.
Both sound and light waves reflect. Sound waves reflect off of objects to create an echo. Light waves reflect off of objects and point the light in another direction.
the moon light waves
Just about all objects reflect light.
Because dark colours absorbs light, and energy;and its named absortion coefficient. ============================== Some substances and objects made from them reflect more light and absorb less. Other substances and objects made from them reflect less light and absorb more. The ones that reflect more and absorb less are the ones that appear lighter to us. Why ? Because they absorb less light and reflect more of it toward our eyes.
Objects which do not give out light can still reflect light.
Well that is sort of the definition of "shiny" and "light"... The outer electrons in theses materials have the ability to send incoming photons back out.
Because some objects reflect light. which light is reflected determines the color of the object. if light travels through it is translucent. objects that do not reflect or let light pass refract light.