Iron + Oxygen ---> Iron III oxide 4Fe + 3O2 ---> 2Fe2O3
Iron reacts with oxygen in the atmosphere to make rust, a compound of iron and oxygen called iron oxide.
Iron and Oxygen.
you react together iron , sulphide and oxygen
iron and oxygen
Iron oxide is composed by the elements iron and oxygen.
Iron oxide is with oxygen poopys
Oxygen reacts with the iron to make it rust.
Iron and oxygen. Rust is iron oxide.
Oxygen and Water. The equation for rust is: Iron + Oxygen + Water -> Hydrated iron (III) oxide. (rust)
No elements are made up of a compound. I think you mean 'Which elements make up iron oxide?', and the answer to that is iron and oxygen.
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Water. ---------- Oxygen
Iron and oxygen
iron & oxygen
I know that carbon plus oxygen equals iron and iron is what kills stars...
Yes, the iron reacts with oxygen in the water to make iron oxides known as rust.
Because oxygen ions attach to iron atoms to make iron oxide (a.k.a. rust).
There are a couple of elements that combine to make rust, or iron oxide. These two elements are oxygen and iron.
Not directly. Oxygen makes iron rust, and water helps.
Oxidation (or in common terms rusting)
iron (Fe), sulphur (S), oxygen (O)