Yeah, unless you have some kind of weird cellophane that decided to prove me wrong.
Yes, while cardboard is mostly opaque, a bright enough light or thin enough cardboard will allow some light to pass through it.
Cellophane can be made to filter certain wavelengths (colours), to allow white light (all colours) through or made opaque. To block all light.
Supposedly God said "Let there be light"
Cellophane wrap (also known as cling film, plastic wrap or by the brand name 'Saran Wrap') has a thickness of around 12.7 microns. In inches, this is 1/2000 inch.
Cellophane was invented by Jacques E. Brandenberger in 1908. He first thought of the idea for a clear, protective, packaging layer in 1900.
yes it can
The white light will shine through it and turn into red light.
They are absorbed by the cellophane (some frequencies may be reflected back depending on the type of material).
Transparent because light passes through it.
what year was cellophane made?
cellophane is a type of plastic and can not be composted
Cellophane is not biodegradable and therefore poses a risk to the environment. The cellophane can be ingested by animals and kill them.
British Cellophane was created in 1935.
Staring at the Cellophane was created in 1982.
I wrapped the present in cellophane.