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About Iron (Fe)

Symbol: Fe

Atomic Number: 26

Atomic Weight: 55.845
Element Category: transition metal
Iron is a shiny, greyish metal that rusts in damp air. Iron is an enigma – it rusts easily, yet it is the most important of all metals. 90% of all metal that is refined today is iron. Iron has a lustrous grayish metallic appearance. Iron is the fourth most common element in the Earth's crust and the most common element by mass forming the planet earth as a whole.

Most is used to manufacture steel, used in civil engineering (reinforced concrete, girders etc) and in manufacturing.

There are many different types of steel with different properties and uses. Ordinary carbon steel is an alloy of iron with carbon (from 0.1% for mild steel up to 2% for high carbon steels), with small amounts of other elements.

Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) supplies high quality Carbonyl Iron Powder (CIP), Iron (Fe) Evaporation Materials.

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