Rust is caused when any corrosive metal[mostly iron] is affected by moisture.This causes the metal to oxidise[combine with oxygen from the water] and become a metallic oxide,which appears in a typical maroonish color and is called as rust.
From three primary fungus species belonging to the Pucciniaceae family. Puccinia triticina causes 'black rust', P.recondita causes 'brown rust' and P.sriiformis causes 'yellow rust'.
no, oxygen causes rust.
The chemical reaction that causes iron to rust is oxidation.
It's probably oxidation, not rust.
One of the most common liquids is water and that causes rust. salt water does also:)
what causes iron to rust??
Vinegar cleans a penny, it does not make it rust.
oxygen causes iron to rust
Rust is a reaction of iron oxidation in the presence of water.
They can, but you have to understand that magnetism and oxidation (the process that causes rust) are unrelated.
oxygen, rust is iron oxide
oxygen causes metal to rust oxidate
Vinegar does rust nails. The vinegar has acetic acid. This releases hydrogen that causes the nail to oxidize and rust.
What is OJ.
When iron mixes with oxygen, it causes iron oxide, commonly known as rust. Therefore it causes the rock to "rust".
Dry weather, like the desert. Moisture causes rust.
Zinc doesn't rust; zinc protect iron (and alloys) from rusting.
the type of liquid that causes a nail to rust is vinegar
coke will make it rust faster
The acid in the drink makes the nail rust. The nail would rust if you put it in any liquid, but acid makes it rust faster.
Rust occurs when iron and oxygen meet and the oxygen causes the iron to decay. Yes in a way, rust is the corroded metal iron.