Iron

Irons atomic number is 26

Irons atomic mass is 56

Properties of Iron. Iron is a shiny, bright white metal that is soft malleable, ductile and strong.

Iron is also the fourth most common element in Earth's crust by weight and much of Earth's core is thought to be composed of iron. Besides being commonly found on Earth, it is abundant in the sun and stars, according to the Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Iron is also a transition metal

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