Properties of Light and Electricity - How light behaves when it strikes transparent, translucent, and opaque materials

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Waxed paper and frosted glass are examples of what type of materials?

translucent

Material that does not absorb or reflect light is:

transparent

Wood, metals, and thick paper are examples of what type of materials?

opaque

Material that allows most or all light to pass through it is:

transparent

Material that scatters or absorbs some of the light that strikes it and allows some light to pass through it is:

translucent

Air, glass and water are examples of what type of materials?

transparent

Objects appear as blurry shapes when viewed through what type of materials?

translucent

Material that absorbs or reflects light, but does not allow light to pass through it is:

opaque

Objects can be seen clearly when viewed through what type of materials?

transparent

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