The formula of iron oxide is Fe2O3.
The chemical name for rust is Iron Oxide. The formula for Iron Oxide (rust) is FeO.
The chemical representation of Iron III Oxide is Fe2O3.
The chemical name for rust is Iron Oxide
The name indicates that it is an oxide of iron, which would only result from a chemical reaction between iron and oxygen, forming the compound iron oxide.
Ferrous-Ferric oxide and Iron(II,III) Oxide are the common chemical names, but The IUPAC name is Iron(II) Diiron(III) oxide
Ferrous oxide or iron(II) oxide
Iron(III) oxide, diirontrioxide, ferric oxide
FeO (iron oxide . it's another name) The correct answer is Iron(III)oxide which is Fe2O3
The chemical name for rust is Hydrated iron oxide (III). ;)
Iron (II) oxide; the old-style name would be ferrous oxide.
That is the chemical formula. The name would be iron (III) oxide, or ferric oxide in the old system.
This is the chemical name: Iron (II) oxide; the old-style name would be ferrous oxide.
It is called The displacement of iron Oxide
There are a number of chemical compounds conmade up from iron and oxygen Iron(III) oxide, ferric oxide, is Fe2O3 Iron(II)oxide, ferrous oxide, FeO iron(II,III) oxide, ferrous ferric oxide, Fe3O4
The chemical formula for iron (lll) oxide is Fe2O3.
iron chemical reactivity is iron oxide
Iron oxide is too general a term. The formula for Iron (II) Oxide is FeO and the formula of Iron (III) Oxide is Fe2O3
Iron oxide is the chemical term for rust and there is a lot of iron oxide in mars's soil
The chemical name for Fe2O3 is iron(III) oxide. It consists of the ions Fe3+ and O2-.
Yes - the chemical name for rust is Iron Oxide - chemical symbol FeO.
The compound with the chemical formula Fe2O3 is Iron(III) oxide or ferric oxide. It is one of the three main oxides of iron.
Rust is iron oxide. The presence of rust indicates that the iron in the nail has oxidized, which is a chemical reaction.
There are a number of compounds of iron wuth oxygen, iron(I) oxide, ferrous oxide, FeO iron (II,III) oxide ferric ferrous oxide, Fe3O4 iron(III) oxide, ferric oxide, Fe2O3.
No such compound exists. If it did it would be iron VI oxide, but iron cannot reach such a high oxidation state. Perhaps you mean Fe2O3, iron III oxide.
Iron reacts with oxygen in the air. This forms Iron Oxide (FeO), which is the chemical name for normal rust.