Why one cannot see through fog?

Fog is a visible aerosol consisting of tiny water droplets or ice crystals that remain near the surface of the earth. Fog forms when the air cools and water vapour condenses. It usually forms at a relative humidity of about 100%, which occurs when there is increased moisture in the air. One cannot see through fog because the light is scattered in every direction by the droplets of fog.

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