What is the colour of the sunlight:
(a) scattered by the dust particles in the atmosphere?
(b) scattered by the air molecules in the atmosphere?
(a) The color of the sunlight scattered by the dust particles in the atmosphere is white.
(b) The color of the sunlight scattered by the air molecules in the atmosphere is blue.
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