Black wire to copper screw, white wire to silver screw, bare copper ground wire to green ground screw.
Connect black to black, red to red, white & green, to green.
Connect the black & blue wire on the ceiling fan to the black wire coming from the wall outlet. Connect the white to the white and green ground to copper ground.
connect black to black wire, connect white to white, and green wire to bracket that came with light,and to bare copper wire that should already be in light junction box.
On a 110 volt circuit, Black is hot, White is neutral, Green or bare Copper is ground. . Connect Black to the gold screw, White to the silver screw, and bare copper ground to the Green ground screw on the receptacle. On a 220 Volt circuit Black & Red are both hot, each carrying 110 volts for a total of 220. White is Neutral and ground is Green or bare copper.
The colour of copper(II) oxide is black, while that of copper(I) oxide is red. The green colour you see on the Statue of Liberty is because carbon dioxide in the air reacted with the copper to produce copper(II) carbonate, which is greenish-blue.
Copper wiring turns black due to oxidation. It is the air reacting with the metal. Copper wiring also sometimes turns green.
Connect the green wire to the brown striped black wire.
Foolish Fools!, it does infact turn Green! because the oxygen bonds with the copper to form copper oxide, wich is green, it reflects different fractions of light to the copper
Pewter turns it black, Copper does turn your skin green though.