I understand that when electromagnetic waves from sun hit/interact with the particles(charges) in the sky, the particles also oscillate with the same frequency of sunlight and hence radiate(scatter) their own electromagnetic waves. And since blue electromagnetic wave has highest energy, it makes the particles oscillate in their frequency more, compared to other frequencies.
Here is what Im confused about.
Since sunlight consists of all different frequency waves (which hit the air particles at the same time), then do the air particles interact with all the frequency waves at once?
If they interact with all of them at once, then shouldn't they oscillate at a single frequency, which is produced by combination of energies from all waves?
Or do they oscillate seperately at all frequencies corresponding to the spectrum of sunlight?
(Im finding it hard to explain my question correctly, if its confusing please let me know, I will edit it :D )