How Does Iron React With Oxygen And Water?


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Kyoko Katayama answered
It forms ferric oxide (rust).
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Iron when immersed in water and exposed to air, will begin to corrode. They did an experiment once on tv where they immersed a car and it worked as a huge battery. That is because iron through processing is compressed, water and air causes it to release energy and will rust. That is just the metal breaking down

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