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Why Can’T We See Clearly Through Fog? - Physics

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Why can’t we see clearly through fog?

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Solution

During fog, the light coming from an object is partly deflected by the particles of the fog and does not reach the eye of the observer. Thus, the objects are not seen clearly.

Concept: Some Natural Phenomena Due to Sunlight
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