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Asked in American Revolution
What Jobs Were Different During The Revolutionary War?
Black smithing and iron worker carpender went to war, craftsman, many were farmers Black smiths,iron workers and carpenders went to help in the war but, many craftsman were farmers ...
The corrosion of iron?
rusting of iron . means when you put an iron object left open in moist air .... the moist air come into contact with the iron article and a brown flaky layer of iron oxide is formed on on the object. This is CORROSION of IRON . ...
Asked in Physics
Why is the smaller object heavier than a larger object?
The only time a smaller object is lighter than a larger object is when it's denser. A smaller iron object is heavier than a somewhat larger wooden object because iron is denser than wood. ...
Asked in Paris, Eiffel Tower
Where did they get the iron to make the Eiffel Tower?
A plaque riveted to one of the feet of the tower records the fact that the wrought iron used was supplied by the Fould-Dupoont steelworks in Pompey, eastern France ("Forges et usines de Pompey Fould-Dupont"). ...
Asked in Chemistry
Why does painting an iron object slow down its rusting?
rust is caused by the interaction of the iron and the oxygen in the air. when iron is painted, there is a barrier between the iron and oxygen. ...
Asked in Science
Why are some iron objects magnetic and others not magnetic?
If the iron atoms are aligned then the object is magnetic, if they are randomly oriented then it is not. How the object was manufactured may be the cause of the difference, but it always possible to intentionally either magnetize OR demagnetize an object. ...