Iron - CAS # 7439-89-6

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CAS 7439-89-6 - Iron

Chemical Name:  Iron

Chemical Formula:  Fe

CAS Number:  7439-89-6

Synonyms:  Fe;ANCOR EN 80/150;Armco iron;Carbonyl iron;EFV 250/400;EO 5A;Ferrovac E;GS 6;Loha;NC 100;Pzh2M;PzhO;Remko;Suy-B 2;3ZhP;Malleable iron;Wrought iron

Appearance:  grey crystalline powder, rod or chips

Melting Point:  1535 C

Boiling Point:  3000 C

Stability:  Stable. Reacts slowly with moist air and water. Dust may form an explosive or combustible mixture with air. Incompatible with organic acids, strong oxidizing agents, water, mineral acids.

Molecular Weight:  55.845

Alternate Names:  Iron | FE

Department:  Metals

Related Hazardous Material Name:  Flammable solid, inorganic, n.o.s.

Emergency Response Guide Number:  133

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Related Analytes (Iron):
Iron(III) orthophosphate    Iron dicyclopentadienyl (Ferrocene)    Iron boride (BFe)    Iron boride (BFe2)    Iron boride    Iron disulfide    Iron (III) chloride sulfate    Iron manganese zinc oxide    Iron nickel zinc oxide    Ferrous sulfide (iron (II) sulfide)   

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