Scattering in a system

Asked January 3, 2016, 3:08 AM EST

I'm curious about a thing. We know for example clouds are white as the scattering of light gives all wavelength coming together from it giving all colours that is white.

But i wonder, if we were a single very little particle in a cloud what we would see? All single colors (wavelength) coming towards us? thank you


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