Yes it does!
Oxygen is a corrosive element that rusts metal.
No,the type of metal is the only thing that effects this.:)
Metal rust will not harm trees. There are a number of fungus rusts that can harm plants but they are not metal rusts.
Iron rusts in the presence of Oxygen.
The rust is an oxide of the base metal.
yes and no. the water holds oxygen which rusts metal while the salt just makes the process faster
The process in which metal rusts is called oxidation. This happens usually when water is present and the oxygen can bond with the metal releasing hydrogen into the air.
When it rusts, the iron is oxidised and forms a hydrated lead oxide.
metal rusts when exposed to water and oxygen
hot temperature and humidityvinegar
They're metal and metal rusts because the iron in metal oxidizes.
the pipes were metal and metal rusts when water is on it
The two main factors that influence the rate a metal rusts are moisture and air. Another factor that has some influence is temperature.
a chemical change occurs
it is a chemical change
metals rust the slowest
Eats the paint and rusts the metal.