How does an atom produce color? As electrons move from higher energy levels to lower energy levels a photon (particle of light) will be given off. This is the process of emission. The photons will have different wavelengths and frequencies, this makes photons of different energies produce different colors of light.
Are atoms red or blue? Rules: white atoms are hydrogen, grey atoms are carbon, blue atoms are nitrogen, and red atoms are oxygen.
Do molecules have color? Since most molecules are smaller than the wavelength of visual light, individual molecules would not have a color. They do not absorb, reflect, or transmit light in the same way that bulk substances do.
Does electron have color? Protons are colored red with a “+” charge. Neutrons are green with no charge. Electrons are blue with a “-” charge.
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