Iron By: samuel brazzel

Iron's atomic number is 26, And its atomic mass is 55.847
Iron is a lustrous, ductile, malleable, silver-gray metal.
Iron is found is many stars also the earths core.

The uses of iron include garden tools, wrenches and screws, nails and drill bits, and furniture. Iron is also used to make pots and pans as well the infrastructure of buildings and bridges.

Iron is not an Alkali Metal it is a Transition metal

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Created with images by Desha - "chain iron steel" • Science Activism - "026 Iron - Periodic Table of Elements" • Didgeman - "chain links of the chain iron" • nigelhowe - "Stars" • Unsplash - "chain link metal"

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