-h a SOLID BLACK opaque object.
Modified the original question because it was unclear.
I wont repeat the same question over, and over, but what I have said in previous questions may get repeated in the thread.
Its all relative to what I am trying to do, so I hope the question does not get deleted, there is meaning to all the questions I ask, its how I learn.
So the energy levels of EM waves increase asfrom radio to X-rays, to gamma waves.
If put the electron in the highest shell, or a shell second to the highest, then shine a wavelength of light, that has the lowest wavelength, which is red light.
So you shine this light at the when it is in its higher energy states, could this make electrons in something solid, and black be like glass electrons.
So that these electrons do not get exited by this low wavelegth light, and could light pass through, and transmission through a SOLID BLACK object, and make it become a little transparent like 20% transparent, or more. Could the opacity of a material to one band of EM radiation (light) could be altered by raising the shell level of the electron in the material with another band of EM radiation (X rays)?
By raising the electrons in the atoms to higher energy bands (with the X rays), so that they will no longer be in energy bands amenable to absorption of light wavelengths, the opacity of the material to light waves might be altered.
Could this be done to make light transmission better through a SOLID BLACK object.
To make the object 20% transparent.
Its all about the energy of electrons, not the amount of electrons in a atom, and it does not make a difference if the material is amorphous.
I am studying neuroscience, and am trying to figure out ways to make brain tissue less opaque, if at all possible.
Think of it as looking through murky water, but still being able to see through the water.
Thats what I want to do with the tissue.
Thank you for your help, anything helps, even a few words.