questionswhy is h₂0 clear?

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Are you really wanting to know or are you just showing off your abilities to type it correctly?

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@capguncowboy: Except he used a zero (0) instead of an O for the oxygen.

It doesn't absorb light in the visible range (about 400-750 nm). It does absorb in the high UV (vacuum UV) as well as much longer wavelengths (how your microwave works)

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Mine is brown. Is that bad?

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because it's made of hydrogen and oxygen, and they're both clear. DUH.

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@iggz: After finding out why H₂O is clear, please find out why it's wet. And more importantly, why is there air?

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@lavikinga: Listen to Bill Cosby's "Why is there Air"...