REFLECT because things that reflect are usually light in color and smooth in texture. things that absorb are dark in color and rough in texture and it cant be conduct becuase conduction is when ...
We have previously learned that visible light waves consist of a continuous range of wavelengths or frequencies. When a light wave with a single frequency strikes an object, a number of things could happen. The light wave could be absorbed by the object, in which case its energy is converted to heat ...
Therefore, most objects selectively absorb, transmit or reflect the light. When light is absorbed heat is generated. So the selective absorption of light by a particular material occurs because the frequency of the light wave matches the frequency at which electrons in the atoms of that material vibrate.
The objects is black when no light reflect from it, hence, it absorb light very well. And at the same time, what can absorb light very well would radiate heat very well .
This seems like a really simple question, and perhaps it is, but I just can't work it out so I'm asking for some help! Let's say that we have a bucket of black paint. It is black, and so it absorbs pretty much all the visible light it receives (except for some on the glossy surface that is reflected ...
Everything, even a mirror, absorbs sunlight. The color that something is, is a "reflection" of what it doesn't absorb. Black absorbs all the visible light very well so it is black. White doesn't absorb color much at all. Different things absorb different wavelengths or colors differently and that is why they are colored.
A material’s color and shade affect the amount of light it absorbs or reflects; dark colors reflect less light to your eye, so they absorb more light. A “flat black” material having no glossy reflections absorbs the most solar energy. Conversely, light colors reflect more light than dark ones, and white reflects the most.
(Things that are black absorb light, and reflect little or none, while things that are white reflect virtually all the light that falls on them, and absorb little or none. That's why it's best to wear white clothes on a scorching hot day.) Where does the energy go in a solar panel if it's not reflected?
Materials that absorb sunlight well include dark surfaces, water and metal. The sun's light energy arrives as a mixture of visible light, ultraviolet and infrared; some materials absorb all these wavelengths well, while others are better suited to a certain restricted types of light.
118 - Light Absorption, Reflection, and Transmission In this video Paul Andersen explains how light can be absorbed, reflected, or transmitted as it moves from one medium to another. The ...