Why can't zinc absorb visible light?
The zinc in the periodic table occupies the position having the atomic number equivalent to 30. The appearance of the zinc in its natural form is blue-silvery in color. The zinc can be classified as a brittle metal.
Answer and Explanation: 1
The zinc solutions are colorless due to no absorption of any visible light. The visible light lies in the range of 400 nano meter to 700 nano meter...
See full answer below.
Learn more about this topic:
fromChapter 6 / Lesson 9
Explore d-block elements. Learn the definition of a d-block element and understand its various properties. Discover the electron configuration of d-block elements.