Well Im no scientist but it may be just like rust on a
Formation of rust on iron is a chemical reaction called oxidation.
The chemical reaction that causes iron to rust is oxidation.
physical or chemical what?? if physical reaction or chemical reaction, then chemical reaction is the answer.
Rust is a chemical reaction called oxide. When a nail rust, the chemical change is related to the reaction of the metal and oxygen.
Rust is iron oxide. The presence of rust indicates that the iron in the nail has oxidized, which is a chemical reaction.
Rust is a chemical reaction of Oxygen (O2) with a metal. Because it is a chemical reaction, it is an element compound.
Not at all ! Rust is the oxidation of a metal, a chemical reaction, a chemical change.
steel will rust from a chemical reaction
Rusting is a chemical reaction. Thus, rust resistance is a chemical property.
Rust is an example of a chemical oxidation reaction. This is the reaction: 4 Fe + 3 O² -> 2 Fe²O³
Yes, rust is the chemical reaction of Oxygen and Iron when there is a presence of water.
Rusting is a chemical reaction - an oxidation reaction (a reaction of iron with oxygen in the case of rusting).
* Rust actually is a chemical reaction between a metal and moisture.
The formation of rust is a chemical reaction as it involves chemical bonding. However, it is initiated by the physical properties of standard electrode potentials.
Yes, iron rust is a chemical change. It is created by a reaction of iron with oxygen
Yes. The rust on the penny indicates that a reaction between the penny and its environment has occurred. Since a new material was formed from this reaction (the rust) the reaction must be a chemical reaction.
Yes. an oxidation - reduction reaction occurs in the battery. any chemical reaction is chemical change
Rust/oxidation is caused by chemical reaction of iron and oxygen.
a chemical reaction makes something happen, like rust or water
Fe2O3 is the chemical formula for rust.
Rusting is a reaction which combines molecules to form other molecules : metal +oxygen=rust
it is something that changes like rust on metal
It's a chemical reaction with oxygen.
Rusting is a chemical reaction.
Not living, it is a chemical reaction.
Light does not effect rust, rust is not an organism it is a chemical reaction between Oxygen and Iron.
The main chemical in a battery + an explosion = a chemical reaction to a battery
chemical known as oxidation rusting is a example of a physical reaction
Rusting of iron is a chemical reaction of oxydation (reaction with oxygen).
Rusting is a reduction/oxidation reaction.
It is a chemical reaction called an "oxidation" reaction.
within the battery a chemical reaction takes place which generate the electrical signals in remote.
Because of chemical reaction
yes it is an oxidtion reaction.
Chemical reaction like rust.
Chemical, as rust is a result of oxidation.
There can't be unlimited electrolytes in the battery to make a chemical reaction. The chemical reaction makes electricity to power the device.
It is the chemical reaction that makes the electrons move. The moving electrons are what makes the "power" that you want from the battery in the first place!
things rust by oxygen touching the surface of the metal and the metal having a chemical reaction to it.
Iron reacts with oxygen to produce iron oxide (aka rust) A chemical reaction
Metal rusts because of a chemical reaction between oxygen and metal. This chemical reaction can be sped up in water.
rust is a result of chemical change
yes, oxidation is a chemical reaction otherwise known as rust.
it is caused by a chemical reaction with metal and water
Iron oxide. Fe2O3. Rust.
because it occurs when iron is oxidised
Corrosion or possibly rust.
Rusting of iron is an oxydation reaction.
Rust is a consequence of a chemical reaction: oxidation (reaction with oxygen) of iron and iron containing alloys. The oxide Fe2O3 (generally hydrated) is formed.
Rusting is a chemical reaction because it is irreversible. Rust or iron oxide is formed when iron reacts with oxygen in water.