WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE

Iron (A.K.A. Fe The Fastest)

Iron's "Normal" Form. Very Deadly.

Never truly it's "normal" self;Almost always with another element. Wanted for creating steel with Carbon (accomplice), being used on railing and fencing. Especially wanted for being used as surgical equipment and bringing oxygen to your blood stream. Used for compasses. Causes the magnetic field that we have on Earth.

Description

COLOR: Steel-Grayish

MASS: 55.84

NUMBER(#): 26

METAL/NON-METAL: Metal

APPEARANCE AT ROOM TEMP: Solid

ALIASES

Structure

  • 26 Protons
  • 30 Neutrons
  • 26 Electrons

First Arresting Officer

Nobody knows who discovered iron, as it has been around for as long as mankind could remember.

Details on first arrest

Year of arrest unknown (B.C. Times). Unknown how discovered.

Last Seen

Iron is located everywhere in the world and some iron even comes from meteorites in space! Found in the transition metals.

WARNING LABLE

Stable in it's pure form.

Known Associates

  • Carbon. Used with iron to make steel and makes it harder to break.
  • Chromium. Used with carbon and iron to make stainless steel.
  • Aluminum. Used with iron to weld railroad tracks together.
  • Silicon. Used to make cast iron with iron, carbon, and manganese.
  • Manganese. Used to make cast iron with iron, carbon, and silicon.
There are also other elements such as Sulfur and Phosphorous that are impurities and were not meant to be made with it.

Uses Of Iron

bibliography

Book: The Elements: What Your REALLY Want To Know! By: Ron Miller ISBN 978-0-7613-2794-3

Websites: http://www.rsc.org/periodic-table/element/26/iron

http://www.chemicalelements.com/elements/fe.html

http://www.chemicool.com/elements/iron.html