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Why is glass transparent?
posted February 3 2011 8:04.34 by Giorgos Lazaridis




The simplest things are those that humans take as given, and they rarely study. Do you know why glass is transparent? Why other objects are completely opaque? What defines the transparency of something? Well, here is professor Phil Moriarty from Sixty Symbols, who gives the explanation with simple words and a nice experiment. I find this video very interesting!



[Link: sixtysymbols]
Tags: theory/tutorial   science   chemistry   physics   
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