Write difference between Transparent , Translucent and Opaque objects?

The Difference between Translucent , Transparent and Opaque objects are :

Transparent :- The ojects through which we can see clearly are called Transparent objects. 

Example - (1) - water , air , glass etc.

Translucent  :- The objects through which we can see but not clearly are called Translucent Ojects.

Example - (2) - an oily patch on a paper , fog , hand (when lighted with torch ) butter paper etc.

Opaque :- The objects through which we cannot see are said to be Opaque Ojects. 

Example -(3)- wooden box , mirror , stones etc.

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Transparent objects are those through which light can easily pass and we can see objects clearly across it. Translucent objects are those objects through which partial light goes through and we can see partially only while opaque objects are those which don't allow any light to pass through them and we cannot see through them. Transparent objects don't cast a shadow, translucent objects cast a weak shadow while an opaque object castes a dark shadow.  

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Definitions :

Transparent :

Objects through which things can be seen very clearly and allow light to pass through it  are called transparent objects . The examples of transparent objects  are glass , water , air etc.Sometimes you may have  in the shops that the eatables like chocolates , fried items like murukku etc. are kept in some transparent boxes so that everybody can see what is there inside the transparent box . A transparent object do not cast a shadow.

Translucent :

Object through which things can be seen  but not clearly are called translucent objects. The examples of translucent objects are butter paper , oil paper etc . A translucent object casts shadow partialy which means a weak shadow .

Opaque :

Objects through which things things cannot be seen and do not allow light to pass through are called opaque objects . The examples of opaque objects are notebook , stones etc. An opaque object casts a dark shadow.

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Transparent objects

Translucent objects

Opaque objects

These objects allow light to pass through them.

These objects allow light to pass through them partially.

These objects do not allow light to pass through them.

One can clearly see through transparent objects.

One can see through translucent objects but not very clearly.

One cannot see through opaque objects.

Transparent objects do not cast shadows because they do not block light.

Translucent objects cast faint shadows as they block light partially.

Opaque objects cast dark shadows as they block light completely.

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The Difference between Translucent , Transparent and Opaque objects are :

Transparent :- The ojects through which we can see clearly are called Transparent objects.

Example - (1) - water , air , glass etc.

Translucent :- The objects through which we can see but not clearly are called Translucent Ojects.

Example - (2) - an oily patch on a paper , fog , hand (when lighted with torch ) butter paper etc.

Opaque :- The objects through which we cannot see are said to be Opaque Ojects.

Example -(3)- wooden box , mirror , stones etc

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Transparent objects: 1) Objects which allow light to pass through them.

                                   2)Objects that do not cast any shadow

 Translucent objects: 1)Objects which allow light pass through them partially

                                   2)Objects which cast faint shadows.

Opaque objects:1) Objects which do not allow any light to pass through them.

                           2)Objects which cast dark shadows.

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 transparent objects are those objects from which light can pass .example glass

translucent objects are those from which light can pass partially.

opaque objects are those from which light cannot pass. Example table

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Transparent objects

Translucent objects

Opaque objects

These objects allow light to pass through them.

These objects allow light to pass through them partially.

These objects do not allow light to pass through them.

One can clearly see through transparent objects.

One can see through translucent objects but not very clearly.

One cannot see through opaque objects.

Transparent objects do not cast shadows because they do not block light.

Translucent objects cast faint shadows as they block light partially.

Opaque objects cast dark shadows as they block light completely.

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Transparent objects = Those objects which allow all the light to pass through them are called transparent objects.

Translucent objects = Some objects allow only a part of light falling on them to pass through, not all of it, such objects are called translucent objects. For example: a single thin sheet of paper

Opaque objects = If an object completely stops all the light falling on it, it is an opaque object

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Transparent: allow light to pass through them completely.
Translucent:allow light to pass through them partially.
Opaque : do not allow to pass light
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Objects that are capable of giving out light by themselves are called sources of light or luminous objects Examples Candle, torch light , CFL Objects that do not emit light of their own are called non luminous objects Examples Pencil,skirt
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Transparent objects - Can pass light through them. Ex.water, air, etc.

Translucent objects - They allow light to pass through them partially. Ex.butter paper, etc.

Opaque objects - They don't allow any light to pass through them. Ex.table, chair, etc.
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Transparent materials - Materials such as clear water that allow most of the light that fall on them to pass through them are called transparent materials. We can see through these substances clearly. Translucent materials - Materials such as butter paper , tracing paper , molten wax and frosted glass that allow some of the light to pass through them era called translucent materials. We cannot see through these substances clearly. Opaque materials - Materials such as wood , stone , rubber that do not allow any light to pass through them are called opaque materials. Opaque materials absorb the light.
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Luminous objects emit their own light Ex : Sun , lamp , lasers , etc. Non luminous objects do not emit their own light. Ex : Moon , Earth , table , chair , etc.
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Trasparent oobjects allow light to pass through them.Translucent objects allow little light to pass throough them. Opaque objects does not allow light to pass
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OPAQUE light does not pass

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the objects which can be seen clearly are called transparent objects and the objects which can be seen partially are called translucent objects and the objects which we cannot see at or a call Opaque objects
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Transparent objects are those objects through which we can see clearly

Translucent objects are those objects through which we can see partially

Opaque objects are those objects through which we can see anything

Transparent - glass

Translucent - butter paper , tracing paper

Opaque - wood
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  1. TRANSPARENT OBJECTS ALLOWS TO SEE CLEARLY TRANSLUCENT OBJECTS ALLOWS TO SEE PARCIELY
  2. OPAQUE OBJECTS DONOT ALLOWS US TO SEE 
  3. TRANCELUCENT OBJECTS ALLOWS TO SEE PARCIALY       
       
 
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transparent object object that allow light to pass through them fully example glass, water transparent objects object that are allow light to pass through them partially example tissue paper, glasstumbler , water bottle . Opaque object that do not allow light to pass through them examples shirt, bag ,Chalk
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Transparent objects are objects that allows us to see clearly through them. Tranlucent objects allow us to see only partially through them
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Transparent is a objects that allow light to pass through them completely are called transparent ,, translucent is a objects that allow only a small amount of light to pass through them are called translucent ,, opaque is a objects that do not allow any light to pass through them are called opaque
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Transparent-objects by which we can see clearly,by these objects light can pass, example-glass,water,etc
Translucent-by using these objects we can only see partially, light can partially pass through these objects, example-polythene, butter paper, etc
Opaque-these are the objects by which we can't see, by using these objects light can't pass through them,example-bed,wrapper,etc
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1.Materials through which we are not able to see are called opaque ex=wood, iron, gold 2. Materials through which things things are partially visible are called translucent ex=butter paper,old glass door 3. materials through which are able to see are called transparent ex=glass ,water ,air
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Transparent
-light can pass through completely
-do not cast shadows as they do not block light
-clearly can be seen through

Transclucent
-light can pass through partially
-cast faint shadows
-can be seen through partially

Opaque
-light cannot pass through
-cast dark shadows
-cannot be seen through
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We can see clearely by transparent objects and we can see partiality by translucent object and we can not see by opaque object
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Transparent:
- We can see through them clearly
- Do not cast shadow
- Allow light to pass through them
completly
Eg: glass,air,water

Translucent:
- we can see through them,but not clearly
- Do not cast shadow
- Allow light to pass through them partially
Eg: butter paper,fog,muddy water

Opaque:
- We cannot see through them at all
- Cast shadow
- Do not allow light to pass through them
Eg: wood,wall,bricks
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transparent we can see the other side
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transparent we can see the other side of it
Translucent we can not see clear
Opaque we can not see the other side
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Transparent object allow light to pass through it . Translucent objects allow light to pass through partially opaque object do not allow light to pass through it. Hope it helps you
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Transparent object
The object which allow light to pass through it is known as transparent objects.
Translucent object
The objects which allow little light to pass through it is known as translucent object.
Opaque object
The objects which do not allow any light to pass through it is known as opaque object.
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which do not allow any light is called Opaque object substance which allowed in your path of light is called transparent object
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transparent object Aloe the light is called transparent transparent object also allow the light and Opaque object not allowed the light is called Opaque object
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Transparent =The objects which allow light to pass through it is called Transparent objects.
Translucent = The objects which allow a part of light to pass through it is called Translucent objects.
Opaque = The objects which do not allow light to pass through it is called Opaque objects.
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Transparent objects : Objects that allow light to pass through them completely.

Translucent objects: objects that allow light to pass through them partially.

Opaque objects : objects that do not allow any light to pass through them.
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transparent object
the object which allows all light to pass
translucent object
the object which allows light to pass partially
opaque object
theobject which completely block the light  
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Transparent :- Objects that allow light to pass through them clearly are called transparent objects.
Translucent :- Objects that allow light to pass through them partially are called translucent objects.
Opaque :- Objects that do not allow light to pass through them are called opaque objects.
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Transparent - Materials that allow the light to pass through them are called transparent object. Example- Clear water,Clear glass
Translucent - Materials that allow the light to pass through them partially are called translucent object. Example- Ground glass,Frosted glass.
Opaque- Materials that do not allow the light to pass through them are called Opaque object. Example-Wood Cardboard
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Transparent ,A medium which allow the light to pass through it ex, Air, glass, water, polythene sheet

Translucent,A medium that allows the light to pass through it partially ex, paraffin wax ,frosted glass ,smoke glass.

Opaque,A body which doesn't allow light to pass through it ex, woods, metas, stones.
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so my dear student you have asked that difference between transparent translucent and Opaque you opposite so I am going to saying the answer for you so please listen listen carefully and play concentration on this answer the answer was vacuum means it's the median through which light cannot pass example would stone at cetera and transparent it is the median through which light can very easily pass hear the light is not observed aur very light littles absorbed example a thin glass clearwater of shadow Death at cetera translucent it is the median through which light can partially pass but things cannot be clearly seen at the light is absorbed to a great extent example ground glass tracing paper et cetera et cetera so I think that it you have understand the answer and you can be happy for this answer
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Transparent are those objects which allow the light to fully pass through them.Ex-glass
Translucent objects are those objects which allow the light to pass through them partially.
Ex-tracing paper,tinted glass
Opaque objects are those objects which does not allow the light to pass through them.
Ex-human beings,chair,table
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transparent objects allow light to  pass through them completely. eg.glass
translucent objects allow light to pass throught them partially eg.butter paper
opaque objects do not allow light to pass through them eg.wood
 
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Transparent- those objects which we can see clearly. Translucent-those which we cannot see clearly. Opaque- those which we cannot see at all.
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Transparent objects

Translucent objects

Opaque objects

These objects allow light to pass through them.

These objects allow light to pass through them partially.

These?objects do not allow light to pass through them.

One can clearly see through transparent objects.

One can see through translucent objects but not very clearly.

One cannot see through opaque objects.

Transparent objects do not cast shadows because they do not block light.

Translucent objects cast faint shadows as they block light partially.

Opaque objects cast dark shadows as they block light completely
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The Difference between Translucent , Transparent and Opaque objects are :

Transparent?:- The ojects through which?we can see clearly?are called?Transparent?objects.?

Example - (1) -?water , air , glass?etc.

Translucent??:- The objects through?which we can see but not clearly?are called?Translucent?Ojects.

Example - (2) -?an oily patch on a paper , fog , hand (when lighted with torch ) butter paper?etc.

Opaque?:- The objects through?which we cannot see?are said to be?OpaqueOjects.?

Example -(3)-?wooden box , mirror , stones?etc.
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hi ,      the difference between transparent , translucent and opaque are :                                                                                                                transparent  : the objects in which we clearly see light . ex : glass , air , water                                                                                                         translucent : the objects in which we see light partially . ex : oil patches on paper .                                                                                               opaque : the objects in which we can not see the light completely .  ex : wood , cardboard , metals .                                                                     regards    
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Transparent Objects:-Light can go clearly through it.

Translucent Objects:- Light can go partially through it.

Opaque Objects:-Light could not pass through it
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Opaque -objects through which light will not pass

Transparent -objects through which light will pass

Translucent -objects through which less light will pass
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Transparent- Objects which allow light to pass through them completely. EG- Glass, Air etc.
Translucent- Objects which allow light to pass through them partially. EG- Frosted glass, butter paper etc.
Opaque- Objects which do not allow light to pass through them at all. EG- Wood, Iron etc.
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Transparent materials:are those that allow light to pass through them completely, so that the object on the other side can be seen clearly. Clear glass,clean water air and cellophane paper are transperant.We can see through these objects clearly.

Translucent materials:are those that allow some light to pass through them but the object on the other can be seen partially. Frosted glass, butter paper,oily paper and muddy water are translucent. Through we can see the object on the other side, but we cannot see it's details .

Opaque materials:are thosr that do not allow light to pass through them and object on the other side cannot be seen at all. Wood,cement,cardboard,brick and metals,etc. are examples of opaque materials.We cannot see through these objects.
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