Iron

Iron including it's: properties, uses and how it is extracted.

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Is Iron less reactive than carbon or more reactive?
Less reactive than crabon.
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How much iron is obtained from a blast furnace (in molten iron)?
Roughly 96% of Iron and 4% of Carbon and other elements.
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Is Iron obtained from a blast furnace pure?
No, it's impure and therefore is very brittle and has limted uses.
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What has to happen to produce pure iron?
All the impurities have to be removed.
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What method is used to extract Iron from it's ore?
Reduction, it's heated with Carbon in a blast furnace.
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How much iron is obtained from a blast furnace (in molten iron)?

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Roughly 96% of Iron and 4% of Carbon and other elements.

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Is Iron obtained from a blast furnace pure?

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What has to happen to produce pure iron?

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What method is used to extract Iron from it's ore?

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