Translucent materials allow light to pass through them, but they diffuse the light in a way that make objects on the opposite side appear blurred. Examples of translucent materials are frosted glass, oil paper, some plas... More »

Tinted windows, frosted glass, sunglasses, wax paper, fingers and certain plastics are all examples of translucent objects. Translucent is defined as a material that blurs light as it passes through. More »

Translucent bags are made from cellophane, polypropylene and more commonly, polyethylene plastic resin. Cellophane, which is regenerated cellulose, has low permeability to water, air, oils and bacteria. Polypropylene is ... More »

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Tinted windows, frosted glass, sunglasses, wax paper, fingers and certain plastics are all examples of translucent objects. Translucent is defined as a material that blurs light as it passes through. More »

Transparent objects are those that allow large quantities of light to pass through; air, water and shiny glass are all examples of transparent materials. Transparent objects vary in the amount or types of light that they... More »

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The moon and Earth are examples of non-luminous objects. Non-luminous objects become visible only when they reflect light produced by a luminous object. A luminous object, such as the sun, emits its own light, because it... More »

The majority of objects are opaque, which means you can't see through them. This is due to the fact that light can't pass through them. Examples of opaque objects include wood, gold, cement, metal, some types of colored ... More »