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Clothes iron - Wikipedia

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A clothes iron is a small hand-held appliance with a handle holding a flat, roughly triangular surface that, when heated, is used to press clothes to remove creases. It is named for the metal of whi...

Iron»historical information [WebElements Periodic Table]

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This WebElements periodic table page contains historical information for the element iron.

It's Elemental - The Element Iron - Science Education at Jefferson Lab

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The Element Iron - Basic Physical and Historical Information.

Iron - Element information, properties and uses | Periodic Table

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Element Iron (Fe), Group 8, Atomic Number 26, d-block, Mass 55.845. Sources, facts, uses, scarcity (SRI), podcasts, alchemical symbols, videos and images.

Who discovered iron? | Reference.com

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Iron is an ancient element that has no specific date of discovery and no scientist to credit with its detection. The use of iron dates back to the Egyptians, who used  ...

How did iron get its name? | Reference.com

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The name for the element iron comes from the same Anglo-Saxon word, iron or iren, ... To which family does the element iron belong? ... How was silver named?

Iron - Chemicool

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Red blood cells - the color comes from iron in hemoglobin. The cells are magnified x 10,000. If you grew x 10,000, you could place your feet in Seattle and touch ...

Iron, Chemical Element - reaction, water, uses, elements, metal, gas ...

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The period in human history beginning in about 1200 B.C. is called the Iron Age. It was at about this time that humans first learned how to use iron metal. But in ...

Chemical Elements.com - Iron (Fe)

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Name: Iron Symbol: Fe Atomic Number: 26. Atomic Mass: 55.845 amu. Melting Point: 1535.0 °C (1808.15 K, 2795.0 °F) Boiling Point: 2750.0 °C (3023.15 K, ...

26. Ferrum (Iron) - Elementymology & Elements Multidict

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Although Iron occurs only sparingly in the free state, the abundance of ores from which it may be .... Named Ferrum, is a bright, white, and tough yet soft metal;