magnets attract iron,nickel,cobalt and unlike poles towards itself , this property of magnet is known as attractive property of magnet .
they attracted to their opposite poles and certain metals such as iron. their domain are aligned to give them magnetism
Ability to rust is a chemical property of iron.
Rusting is oxidation of iron, it is a reaction and not a property.
The ability to rust is one chemical property of iron.
A common chemical property of iron is the ability to react with oxygen to form iron oxide, which is rust.
no. it is chemical property because you are changing the comosition of iron into something entirely different
Magnetism involves iron.
A magnet possess the four properties:-attractive property-directive property-like poles repel and unlike poles attract-poles always exists in pairsattractive property: if you bring a magnet near iron filings, the iron filing will get attracted to the magnet. this is the attractive property.directive property:if a magnet is freely suspended by a thread, it will align itself in the north-south direction. this is called the directive property.like poles repel and unlike poles attract: a bar magnet's north pole is brought near the north pole of another magnet, it is observed that the the two magnets get repelled. if the same north pole is brought near the south pole of another magnet, the two magnets get attracted.poles always exists in pairs: when a magnet is cut into pieces, it will always have two poles, that is , north and south. even the smallest magnets will have this property. it is called the dipole property.
One chemical property of iron is that it oxidizes in the present of oxygen. In other words, it rusts.
Heat is a physical property. Hot iron remains the same chemical as cold iron.
Yes, iron is a ferromagnetic metal.
No, this is a physical property called luster.
it can rust
1. Iron is lustrous, while sulfur is not. Luster is a property of metals. 2. Iron conducts electricity, while sulfur does not. Electrical conductivity is a property of metals. 3. Iron conducts heat, while sulfur does not. Heat conductivity is a property of metals. 4. Iron is malleable, while sulfur is not. Malleability is a property of metals. 5. Iron is somewhat ductile, while sulfur is not. Ductility is a property of metals.
Yes.. it is chemical property of ferrum(iron). It react with oxygen to form rust (ferrus oxide)...
A special property of pyrrhotite is that it is a natural MAGNET that attracts iron. So your answer is: MAGNET
Iron is more dense than aluminum, and that is a physical property.
The chemical property in which iron has the ability to react with oxygen to form iron oxide (rust).