what is tyndall effect

Asked by  | 6th Oct, 2008, 12:06: AM

Expert Answer:

The Tyndall Effect is caused by reflection of light by very small particles in suspension in a trasnparent medium. It is often seen from the dust in the air when sunlight comes in through a window, or comes down through holes in clouds. It is seen when headlight beams are visible on foggy nights.

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Answered by  | 6th Oct, 2008, 08:57: AM

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