Question

In order for a gas to be a "greenhouse gas" it
must
A. transmit visible light and absorb infrared
radiation.
B. be radioactive.
C. transmit infrared light and absorb visible light.
D. be combustible.
E. absorb both visible light and infrared
radiation.

14. In order for a gas to be a "greenhouse gas" it
must
A. transmit visible light and absorb infrared
radiation.
B. be radioactive.
C. transmit infrared light and absorb visible light.
D. be combustible.
E. absorb both visible light and infrared
radiation.
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14. In order for a gas to be a "greenhouse gas" it must A. transmit visible light and absorb infrared radiation. B. be radioactive. C. transmit infrared light and absorb visible light. D. be combustible. E. absorb both visible light and infrared radiation.

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