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Yes Iron ( Fe has the liability to rust when in contact in water, the reaction erupts the iron to rust.

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Yes, ability to form rust is chemical because here iron reacts with water and oxygen to form iron oxide or rust.


Ability to rust is a chemical property of iron.


the reactive property of iron that allows it to combine with oxygen to form rust.


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The chemical property in which iron has the ability to react with oxygen to form iron oxide (rust).


Iron does rust by reacting with oxygen.


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Liquids do not rust, iron does, rust is Hydrated Iron (III) oxide, so the only substance which can rust iron is water


Rust is an iron oxide, Fe2O3.


Iron ores are frequently iron oxides and don't rust.


It is more chemical because air is considered a chemical and when iron comes in contact with oxygen it oxidises to create rust


Rust is iron oxide. So when iron oxidizes you get rust. So iron and steel (iron and carbon) are prone to this happening while metal like aluminum well not rust.


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