Iron (Fe)



Then name 'Iron' comes from the Anglo-Saxon term 'Iren.' It is one of the most important metals because it makes up so many different objects including the sun and the earth's crust.

Possible Aliases

Be On The Lookout

Be on the lookout for these suspected aliases that could be working with Iron: Fer and Ferric Orthophosphate.

Other Known Accomplises

Some other highly dangerous accomplices of Iron: Arsenic, Bromine, Chlorine, Fluorine, and Iodine.

Known Hideout Locations

Iron can be found in many stars, one of the stars is the most important in the world... the Sun. Iron can also be found in the earths crust.


Atomic Number: 26

Atomic Mass: 55.845

Melting Point: 1811 K

Boiling Point: 3134 K

Phase at Room Temperature: Solid

When was Iron discovered?

Iron has been known since ancient times, the approximate first time it was noticed was around 3500 B.C.E

Any Special Characteristics?

Iron's special characteristics are that it is ductile, gray, a soft metal, it is also a good conductor of electricity and heat.