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Topic: Why is calcium white? What causes color at the level of an atom or a molecule?  (Read 2283 times)

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Teeth and bones are white because they have calcium in them but why is calcium white?

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Teeth and bones are white because they have calcium in them but why is calcium white?

Calcium is not white. Color of the compound has nothing to do with colors of the elements it is made of.
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