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The colour of an opaque object is due to the colour it [A]absorbs [B]refracts [C]reflects [D]scatters

The colour of an opaque object is due to the colour it



[A]absorbs
[B]refracts
[C]reflects
[D]scatters

Grade:upto college level

5 Answers

kumar adarsh
18 Points
8 years ago

ans. reflects 

the reflected rays reach the eyes of the viewer and produce sensation of tge colour of the ibject.

Devank Tyagi
18 Points
8 years ago

A)

Devank Tyagi
18 Points
8 years ago

It will be [A], because all the wavelengths of light are absorbed by the electrons of the opaque object, which jump to higher energy levels.
However, only light of a particular wavelength is emitted when the electron comes back to its ground state, which is seen as the colour of the onject.
Thus, the answer must be [A].
It cannot be [C], because light is not reflected back to our eyes, It is the light that is given out as energy when the electron returns to the ground state.
Absorption, transmission, emission. 

Keerthi Raj
39 Points
8 years ago

[C]reflects

balamurali
8 Points
7 years ago
A

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