Aluminum and iron are metals.
IRON STRONGER.....ALUMINUM LIGHTER.....IRON IS HEAVY.....ALUMINUM WILL BREAK EASIER THAN IRON
Shut up....iron is an aluminum foil
No. Aluminum and iron are two different elements.
Aluminum and iron can be differentiated because iron is magnetic and aluminum is not. To separate them, expose the filings to a magnetic source and the iron will separate.
no in fact it is not iron is stronger because atoms in iron are more dense than aluminum, therefore aluminum is lighter than iron hence weaker than iron.
Iron even though aluminum is more reactive than iron.
Recycling iron and aluminum makes iron and aluminum or you're doing it wrong.
aluminum is more durable than iron.
Aluminum and iron are often found in ores. some ores are compacted with difrent minerals like iron, Aluminum
You could use a magnet to separate iron filings and aluminum filings. Iron is magnetic, but aluminum is not.
Yes, iron is denser than aluminum.
Maybe...iron would replace aluminium to form iron sulphate. iron+aluminum sulfate--->iron sulphate+aluminium.
iron and aluminum are useful metals made from alloy
Use a magnet to sort out the iron from the aluminum.
2Al + 3FeO --> Al2O3 + 3Fe The aluminum will replace the iron in the iron oxide, forming aluminum oxide and iron metal. This is a single replacement/displacement reaction.
no, aluminum is non ferrous (no iron) only iron will attract a magnettic field
Heads are aluminum and block is cast iron
Yes - Iron is 56 and Aluminum is 27.
Aluminum is not magnetic at all, it is a non-ferrous metal "does not contain iron".
This is a new type of alloy, from aluminium and iron.
You can react Aluminum to react with Ironoxide to get Iron. Iron(II)oxide + Aluminum --> Aluminumoxide + Iron Fe2O3 + 2Al --> Al2O3 + 2Fe