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Iron is a metallic element of density 7.87 melting at 1535 degrees Celsius. Atomic number 26, atomic mass 55.85.

The metal is ductile, malleable, magnetic and occurs naturally in various ores. The metal is the base metal of steels and cast irons.

Its abundance and its remarkable properties make it one of the most industrially important elements.



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