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We do not produce 100% pure Iron., there are always inperfections. 100% pure Iron does not rust as cast Iron does.

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What is the difference between mild steel and iron?

Iron is the pure element, mild steel, or any steel is iron with a little bit of carbon added. The iron becomes mild steel, steel or any other type of steel depending on how much carbon is added to the iron.


What is maximum carbon in steel?

Steel with a carbon content above 2.0% is considered cast iron so the limit is 2.0%. Grey cast iron starting at 2.5% is basically a mix of ferrite carbides and graphite. Going higher above cast iron is pure carbide or Fe3C at 6.1%. Above that and it's basically a mix of iron graphites.


Will pure iron rust?

Yes. Some beliefs are that pure iron doesn't rust. This is not the case. Iron 'rsuts' or corrodes according to the following: Fe --> Fe2+ + 2e-


Is malleable iron a cast iron or wrought iron?

Malleable means can be hammered. Cast iron will crack or break into pieces; it's not malleable. The word wrought means hammered. You could have used a dictionary for definitions; this isn't really an engineering question. The cast iron with carbon content of less than 0.2% is called wrought iron or pure iron. Wrought iron is very soft, plastic and easily deformed, but its strength and hardness are lower, so not widely used. Malleable cast iron is produced from white cast iron, which is made from hot liquid iron with certain chemical components. The white cast iron needs to be treated by malleablizing, such as graphitizing or oxidation and decarbonization, then its metallographic structures or chemical components will be changed, so can become into malleable cast iron. +++ So yes, Malleable Iron is a Cast Iron, but a much less brittle species enabling it to be used almost as a grade of steel. It is an important mechanical-engineering material. ' Wrought Iron was the ancestor of Mild Steel but became obsolete and no longer made, by the early 20C. It was very uneconomical, as well as very labour-intensive in very unpleasant conditions to make; and its internal structure and inconsistent quality rendered it totally unsuitable for the new engineering demands developing rapidly from the 1850s onwards.


Does iron have a high density?

For all engineering purposes density of iron is generally taken as 7850kg/m3 though pure iron may weigh 7874 kg/m3 as mentioned in Clarke Table of isotopes.

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What is the difference between iron and iron ore?

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What is the name of the pure iron?

Pure Iron is called Pure iron.


What is cast iron?

Cast iron is, as the name implies, "iron" which has been "cast", or melted and poured into a mold. The material is usually not really pure iron but rather an alloy including carbon and (often) silicon.


What is the difference between cast iron and iron?

In essence, cast iron has a much higher carbon content (~4%) than what one could define as "iron" either 100% pure, or very low carbon content iron. this makes cast iron much harder than many other types of iron, which makes it less usefull in places where the material will have to take a varying load, but also makes it suitable in instances where hardness is desirable - such as Victorian knives. however, modern alloys have made much cast iron useless as they combine its hardness with a reduction in is brittleness


Alloys are commonly used in manufacturing. Which of the following is not a reason to use an alloy instead a pure metal?

Cast iron is more brittle than pure iron.


Difference between a pure metal and an alloy?

A pure metal is made of only one metal element, such as silver. An alloy is a combination of multiple elements, such as silver, titanium, iron, or whatever the alloy is made of.


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