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Where is Iron on the Periodic Table?
Where is Iron located?
Keep on the look out for Iron #1! This type of Iron is dull.
Here is the mighty Iron #2. Watch your back! This is dull and shiny, but mostly shiny.
The last Iron which is Iron #3! This one is shiny!
More Information about Iron
Iron is considered to be non-toxic.
Iron is a good conductor of heat and electricity.'
It is attracted by magnets.
Uses of Iron:
Iron is the cheapest and most important of all metals. It is the most commonly used metal.
Data of Iron
Classification: Iron is a transitional metal
Atomic Weight: 55.847
Melting Point: 1535.1°C
Boiling Point: 2750°C
Neutrons in most abundant isotope: 30
Iron is a metal
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