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Science : Chapter 8

Opaque Material that lets no light pass through
Roentgen Scientist who discovered X-Rays
Trough Low point of a light wave
Real image Image created by a convex lens when projected onto a screen or film
Transmitted Light that passes through an object
TV and Radio Waves that have the lowest frequency of radiant energy
Near sighted When you cannot see distant objects clearly
Regular reflection Reflection creating a clear image produced by a smooth surface
Gama rays Most dangerous form of radiant energy
Plane mirror Type of mirror where the reflecting surface is flat
Absorbed Light that is trapped and may create heat
Frequency Number of waves past by in a second
Retractions The change in the speed of light and bending of light as it passes through different mediums
Concave Type of lens that corrects nearsightedness
Translucent Material that lets only some of the light go through
Wavelength Distance between crest to crest of a light wave
Crest High point of a light wave
Visible spectrum Radiant Energy you can see
Vacuum Space with little or no matter
Far sighted When you cannot see close objects clearly
Reflected Light that bounces off an object
Irregular Type of reflection produced by a rough surface
Transparent Object where all the light is transmitted
Convex Type lens that corrects farsightedness
Laser Thin intense beam of light
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