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What is tindal effect?
can any body tell me what is tindal effect
Asked by Ramiro Morence 1 year ago.
Do you mean Tyndall scattering? This is the scattering of light as it passes through a suspension or colloid. The solid particles in the suspension or the liquid droplets in the colloid cause the light rays to be scattered as they pass through, often causing a blue colouration due to the fact that the intensity of scattering is related to the frequency so blue light is scattered more strongly than red. Tyndall scattering is similar to Rayleigh scattering except where Rayleigh scattering involves particles smaller then the wavelength of the energy, whereas colloidal liquids and particulates are orders of magnitude larger than this. Answered by Tommy Loureiro 1 year ago.