What Is the Chemical Name for Rust?

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The chemical name for rust is hydrated Iron (III) Oxide. At times, the term tri iron tetra oxide is used. Rust has the chemical formula FE2O3. nH20. Rust is characterized by the formation of reddish brown flakes on iron.
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1. Get a pad of 000 or 0000 (Triple Ot, Quadruple Ot) steel wool. 2. Rip off a small portion of steel wool. 3. Wad the steel wool into a small ball. 4. Rub the rusted area vigorously
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2Fe(s) + 2H. 2. O(l) + O. 2. (g) = 2Fe. 2+ (aq) + 4OH. (aq) This is the equation for rust. NOT EXACTLY. Rust is a solid, it doesn't exist as ions in solution. Also, in rust, iron
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Rust consists of hydrated iron(III) oxides Fe2O3·nH2O, iron(III) ox...
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Iron oxide. That's if it's rust on iron. If it's rust on another type of metal, then that metal's name goes first.
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The chemical name for rust is iron oxide. Rust is red and orange in color. This is usually caused when the irons are exposed to water.
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