PhysicsAir is not visible because it

Air is not visible because it


  1. A
    Is nearly a perfectly transparent substance
  2. B
    Neither absorbs or reflects light
  3. C
    Transmits whole lights
  4. D
    All the above are correct 

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    Solution:

    Air is not visible because it is nearly a perfectly transparent substance, that Neither absorbs or reflects light and Transmits whole lights.
    So, All the above are correct.
    Because it neither reflects nor absorbs light, air does not allow for visibility. As they reflect light, airborne dust particles can be seen. The transparency of the air is almost flawless. When light (an electron magnetic wave) strikes a substance, some of the light is absorbed, some of the light is reflected, and the remaining light is transmitted through the substance. A substance must absorb and reflect some light with a wavelength that is within the range of visible light in order for it to be visible to the human eye.
        
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