Electronegativity of Iron (Fe) [& Uses, Discovery, Sources ...

Electronegativity is an important chemical property that tells how an atom of Iron may atract electrons from other atoms and form a bond. Ok what is the electronegativity of an atom of Fe?

In the case of Iron the electronegativity is 1,83. Now let's dive into some facts about Iron. I'll walk you through...

Iron Facts

Iron Electronegativity

1,83

Atomic Number

26

Learn more about the atomic number.

Atomic Mass

55,847

Learn more about the atomic mass.

Uses

Used in steel and other alloys. Essential for humans. It is the chief constituent of hemoglobin which carries oxygen in blood vessels. Its oxides are used in magnetic tapes and disks.

Sources

Obtained from iron ores. Pure metal produced in blast furnaces by layering limestone, coke and iron ore and forcing hot gasses into the bottom. This heats the coke red hot and the iron is reduced from its oxides and liquified where it flows to the bottom

Name Origin

Anglo-Saxon: iron; symbol from Latin: ferrum (iron).

State at 20 °C

Solid

Description

Malleable, ductile, silvery-white metal. Fourth most abundant element in the earth's crust (56,300 ppm). Ninth most abundant element in the universe.

Atomic Symbol

Fe

Discovery

Discovered By: Known to the ancients.
Year: Unknown
Location: Unknown

Want to learn more details and data about Iron (Fe)? Check my Elements Comprehensive List.

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