Light can be absorbed by objects, causing them to warm. How much an object’s temperature increases depends on the material of the object, the intensity of and the angle at which the light striking its surface, how long the light shines on the object and how much light is absorbed. Investigating and experimenting with temperature changes caused by light striking different surfaces can be virtual or in a lab setting.
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