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When iron reacts with oxygen what substance is produced?

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Rust, iron oxide, predominantly Fe2O3.

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Iron oxide, commonly called rust.

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rust.

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iron oxide or dioxide is form or its commonly known as rust



OXIDATION When iron reacts with oxygen, you get a layer of IRON OXIDE, more commonly known as 'rust' oxidation occurs with when a substance reacts with oxygen :P


oxygen reacts with iron and forms rust Oxygen reacts with iron to form iron oxide.


Iron reacting with oxygen produces rust, Fe2O3 (Iron (III) oxide) or FeO2 (Iron (II) oxide) depending on the composition of the iron.


Iron oxide, which is rust. When oxygen reacts with iron the iron "oxidizes" forming iron oxide (rust).


Oxygen reacts with iron to form rust.


Iron reacts with oxygen to produce rust.


This is called oxidation, i.e. when iron reacts with oxygen iron oxide is formed. Also, combustion could be included: methane + oxygen -> carbon dioxide + water


No but rather it reacts with oxygen which is dissolved in water.


Metal is the only substance that can rust. Corrosion is a slow chemical change that occurs when a metal reacts with oxygen. The new substance is called a metal oxide. Iron reacts with oxygen to form iron oxide, also called rust. Aluminum reacts with oxygen to form aluminum oxide. A special alloy (including iron) can be used to coat a peice of metal and protect it from corrosion. The metal alloy will corrode quicker than the metal you are protecting.


Hydrogen is produced and the iron dissolves.


When a metal corrodes, it reacts with a chemical in the environment to produce a new substance. Often the metal reacts with oxygen to form a metal oxide. A well-known example is iron reacting with oxygen to form iron oxide, known as rust.


oxygen and iron, the oxygen in the air or water reacts with the iron


Iron reacts with oxygen in the atmosphere to make rust, a compound of iron and oxygen called iron oxide.


Metal reacting with oxygen is known as oxidation. A common form of this process is found in the rusting of iron, where the iron reacts with oxygen to form iron oxide (known as rust).


Iron rusts because it reacts with oxygen. The oxygen in water reacts with iron quicker than oxygen in air, and the air outside is often damp, and there is the rain as well.


Iron rusts when it reacts with oxygen to produce iron oxide. Water will also oxidize iron because it has oxygen in it.


The iron turns to rust (Iron Oxide).


Water. ---------- Oxygen


When iron reacts with oxygen and water, the chemical reaction that forms is known as rust. This is considered to be corrosive for most metal elements.


Cause the iron to corrose-oxidize-rust.


Oxygen reacts with the iron to make it rust.




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