Why the transparent glass is not visible?
Actually it is. Just look at the glass; under normal light conditions, you should be able to see something.
The surface of a transparent material doesn't scatter light.
nothing Anything that is transparent will have a refractive index. Glass is transparent to visible light and has a refractive index with it. Having these combined properties lets you make a lens for visible light out of glass. Now glass is transparent to IR radiation so any glass lens would focus IR radiation.
Glass is a transparent medium from Visible Light, which means, visible light can go through it without being blocked. Glass is NOT transparent for the entire electromagnetic spectrum though, Infra-Red light cannot go through glass (it blocks it much like a wall does to visible light!) Generally, the shorter the wavelength (as you go from red to violet to microwaves to x-ray to gamma), the more objects it can penetrate (which is the reason x-ray…