Subject: Is there any form of matter that 'light' can not travel through?
Date: Tue Apr 19 20:50:00 2005
Posted by Justin
Grade level: 10-12
School: W.T.Woodson High School
City: Fairfax State/Province: Virginia
Area of science: Physics
Is there any form of matter that the full spectrum of "light" can not pass
through? The matter would block every form: radio, IR, xray, Ultraviolet
etc.... I am asking because me physics teacher could not think of any forms
off the top of her head, but she suggested that a form of metal would possibly
block all light.
Re: Is there any form of matter that 'light' can not travel through?
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