Why Is Wood Brown?

Answer

Wood is brown since it absorbs light photons that appear brown in colour. The colour of an object is obtained when its chemical makeup interact with light. The chemicals in wood absorb brown light and reflect it making wood look brown.
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It is written that wood is brown due to the oxidation in the atmosphere. Still, all wood is not brown. There are woods that do not turn brown from oxidation.
Wood is brown because trees are brown. Wood can be different variations of brown. Trees are cut down to provide tools and shelter for the world.
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