Why is water colourless?

June 12, 2009 9:20am CST
guys ive been wondering why is water colourless? can u just respond?
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@troy777 (13)
• India
22 Jun 09
only pure water is colorless.Infact all liquids in their pure form are colorless. this is due to the rayleigh action - the action of white light which consists of all colors,being scattered when passing through other materials such as transparent slods, liquids or gases.