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One third of Earth’s mass is believed to be iron and we need help finding it! There is enough iron on Earth to make three new planets with the same mass as Mars. Iron was used commonly in Roman times. Also, iron was once worth eight times more than gold back in Roman times. It is also used for the human body.

Where is Iron on the Periodic Table?

Iron's chemical symbol is Fe on the table. It's Atomic number is 26. Also, it is in group 8.

Where is Iron located?

Iron is located under the surface of the Earth. It's atomic number on the Periodic table is 26.

More Information about Iron

Harmful effects:

Iron is considered to be non-toxic.


Characteristics:

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

Color: Silvery-gray

Atomic Weight: 55.847

State: Solid

Melting Point: 1535.1°C

Boiling Point: 2750°C

Electrons: 26

Protons: 26

Density@20°C: 7.87g./cm³

Neutrons in most abundant isotope: 30

Iron is a metal

WARNING!!!!!

IRON IS DANGEROUS IF YOU EAT TOO MUCH. IT WILL GET CLOGGED IN YOUR STOMACH AND IT IS BAD FOR YOU!
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Reaction of iron with sulfur

References

"Iron Element Facts." Chemicool. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Sept. 2015.


"Elements and Periodic Table." Scoop.it. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Sept. 2015.


Knapp, Brian J. Iron, Chromium and Manganese. Henley-on-Thames: Atlantic Europe, 1996. Print.