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Iron is an metallic. Iron is a metal. Iron is very ductile.
The symbol for Iron is FE The atomic number for Iron is 26 Atomic mass is
Atomic number is 26 Atomic mass is amu Iron is one of the most important minerals in the body.
Making cars, trucks, and vans -Making steel -Making building -Making airplanes -Making Warships -Making Ships -Making office supplies -Making computers -Making furniture
-Making Warships -Making Ships -Making office supplies -Making computers -Making furniture
The boiling point for Iron is C The melting point for Iron is C
Iron is usually red and yellow colors Iron can be used for statues
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