Why Cant We See Air?


We can't see air because air is odourless and colourless. Air is a mixture of gases, which compose of 78 percent of nitrogen and 21 percent of oxygen with traces of water vapour, carbon dioxide, argon and various other components.
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Well, you can, if there's enough of it. You see something when light bounces off it, or is transformed in passing through it. Air does affect light, but not much, so it seems invisible
Because most of the elements that make up air don't absorb light in wavelengths that humans can see.
Because it's made-up of the following components, all of which are invisible, colourless and
You can. When you look in the sky and see blue you are seeing the miles and miles of air stacked on top of itself which has a slight blue color that adds up over miles and
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