Why is the Ice Cube Transparent Outside and Opaque Inside?

Why is the Ice Cube Transparent Outside and Opaque Inside?

 

Ice Cube

Ice Cube

As the outer part of the Ice cubes appears transparent, the inner portion will be opaque without any shining.  The main reason for having transparency on a pure ice cube is having the dew particles inside it in a chronological order and the formation of Homogeneity.  On the other hand, there finds air bubbles inside the ice cubes which are prepared in the refrigerator.  That is the reason why, that portion will be opaque.  When the water is becoming solid in state, their forms tiny air bubbles in between the dew particles.  Because the solubility decreases when the water becomes cool. Besides this, even the principle of the air dissolving in the water is also decrease.  The ice cubes are prepared in the ice tray which is placed in the refrigerator.  The water starts changing into solid form in between the gap of the tray.  As a result, the air bubbles are stroked in the underground of the water when it is about to become solid in state.  The light rays which are falling on the ice cubes gets reflected completely and so as a result the inner part of the ice cube loss its opaque quality.

 

 

 

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