the reactive property of iron that allows it to combine with
oxygen to form rust.
ability to rust is a chemical property
Yes, ability to form rust is chemical because here iron reacts with water and oxygen to form iron oxide or rust.
The ability to rust is caused by oxidation. It is defined as the ability of iron to interact with oxygen and moisture. This interaction creates a brown oxide coating.
The ability to rust is a cheical property because the composition of the reactants have changed chemically.
Reacts with oxygen to produce rust.
Rust is a chemical process.
Because LACK of ability to rust means that it cannot rust. Rusting is a factor of a chemical property so if it CANNOT rust it is a physical property's factor
The ability to rust is considered a chemical change. Oxidation, a chemical process changes the substance's makeup, causes the rusting.
Ability to rust is a chemical change as it forms a new substance- hydrate ferric oxide. It is also irreversibe.
not able to rust lives and hides in the jungle like monkeys
Yes Iron ( Fe has the liability to rust when in contact in water, the reaction erupts the iron to rust.
No, since rust is a chemical change (oxidation).
The ability to rust would be a chemical property.
it is a chemical property
Chemical property because rust is the combination of metal with oxygen as oxide.
no. its a chemical property
It is called a chemical change.
Stainless steel is a material that is the result of an alloy of chromium, iron, and carbon. The ability for stainless steel materials to resist rust is a chemical property.
Rusting is a chemical reaction. Thus, rust resistance is a chemical property.
A metal that can oxidize (rust in the case of iron) will have no reaction to nitrogen. Nitrogen as a substance is usually N2.
no. it is chemical i think
Ability to rust is a chemical property of iron.
Chemical- changed it into something new!
It is more chemical because air is considered a chemical and when iron comes in contact with oxygen it oxidises to create rust
The ability to rust is one chemical property of iron.
bleach makes iron rust because it has the ability to change any colored objects. so if you leave any iron in a cup of bleach you will see the iron starting to rust.
The ability to react with oxygen, which forms rust is a chemical property of iron.
Rusting is a chemical change. The ability to rust is a chemical property.
Rusting is a chemical process, so no if its lacking it cannot be chemical its physical
Physical properties- such as it's color, weight, etc. Chemical properties- such as ability to rust, flammability, etc.
Examples: Iron Rusting: CHEMICAL CHANGE The ABILITY for Iron to rust: Chemical PROPERTY Ice freezing: Physical CHANGE Water's ABILITY to evaporate: Physical PROPERTY
Physical, because if you wanted to, you could indeed get the object back to it's original state.
The chemical property in which iron has the ability to react with oxygen to form iron oxide (rust).
A common chemical property of iron is the ability to react with oxygen to form iron oxide, which is rust.
Plastic pipe does not rust, brass does not rust, copper does not rust. Stainless steel does not rust, lead pipe does not rust.
Something that is rust resistant will not rust easily; minor exposure to water will not cause it to rust. Something that is rust proof will not rust.
No they will not get rust they are not iron to get rust. only iron get rust.
The Rust is from German Rust meaning red.
Rust remover is a liquid that can be used to remove rust. A homemade rust remove is white vinegar. It can be sprayed directly onto the rust.
Kill rust, or direct-to-rust primer and paints, do not actually "kill" the rust, they encapsulate the rust, preventing oxygen and moisture from contacting and spreading the rust. Unlike other paints, they are impervious to moisture and that helps to considerably slow the growth of rust.
No. While skin can be damaged chemically it does not rust.
they will not rust into a liquid but they can rust and they can be turned into a liquid
The noun rust is a non-count noun. Units of rust are worded as 'spots of rust' or 'patches of rust'
Rust is caused when oxygen reacts with iron. Iron oxide does not cause rust, it is rust.
Rust is classified as a protist. However, this is not the rust that occurs in metals but a fungal disease which is known as rust and smut.
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Rust is Iron Oxide so aluminum can't rust as such.
Rust is a compound.
It's simple actually... It's oxidation (the ability to react with oxygen, which causes apple slices to turn brown and iron to rust).