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Iron is a grey, silvery metal. It is magnetic. It is easily found, mined and smelted, which is why it is so useful. Pure iron is soft ...

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It was at about this time that humans first learned how to use iron metal. ... The melting point, boiling point, and other physical properties of steel alloys may be ...

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The Physical properties of Iron are the characteristics that can be observed without changing the substance into another substance. Physical properties are ...

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No physical impairment of lung function has been associated with siderosis. Inhalation of excessive concentrations of iron oxide may enhance the risk of lung  ...

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Iron is an ancient metal that became the basis of our civilization. It is usually used in the form of steel which contains 0.5% and 1% carbon. World steel ...

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iron - Physical and Chemical Properties - Iron, like other metals, conducts heat and electricity, has a luster, and forms positive ions in its chemical reactions.

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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.

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Properties of Matter Element Card 9, Lesson 21 ... Other physical properties. Iron is malleable and ... Iron reacts slowly with air, and it reacts with dilute acids.

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This WebElements periodic table page contains physical properties for the element iron.