Why is it difficult to see through glass with frost on it?
because of an Opaque opque: describes an object that is not transparent or translucent By: Becca Dehart
When the light falls on an object , then it can be visible to our eyes , because of light . This is called reflection on an object . Hence , the statement : We can see through a glass has a question that : How will we see through a glass ? So whenever the object is in the path of the light the object is visible to us .
glass is see through you can see through glass soo u can see through the frog cuz u can chewy89422 inproves answer: the glass frog is like that because they have semitransulsent skin. even there bnones are green! if you wanna know why there skin is like that,its because they were created like that. . .
What is the difference in the way in which light travels through normal glass and through frosted glass?
The Glcoloc France marked glassware is actually the Arcoroc France mark being read upside down and backwards. The mark is not meant to be read from the bottom, but rather through the top of the piece. If the color of the glass makes it difficult to read through the top, use a mirror, and you'll see there is no such thing as Glcoloc glass.
When you are standing in front of a windowpane made of glass we can see through it and at the same time we can also see our image in it why?
The only problem that I see, if it was meant to be opaque, is that you can't see through it, which defeats the purpose of a window. If you are trying to make/buy clear glass, impurities within the glass would not allow light to pass through as easily and I imagine that this might make the glass weaker and less useful.