Iron Micron Powder
Iron is an abundant element in the Earth's crust, its atomic weight is 55.847 (g/mol), and it has four stable isotopes which can be found in nature in combined form, these forms are hematite, pyrites, limonite, and chromite. According to temperature and pressure, it has various structural shapes. In the form of micron powder, its properties are even more effective and this gives rise to many more unique applications. Iron is a malleable, magnetic and tenacious material, which has a silver-gray color, it is frequent to find it in other minerals, in the hemoglobin of the blood and groundwater. It is a good reducing agent, which can be oxidized in + 2, + 3 or +6 states. Commonly, iron compounds have a color ranging from light yellow to dark greenish-brown. Iron is produced in modern blast furnaces, which can manufacture up to 10,000 tons of iron a day, which are used in the manufacture of iron and steel products and iron alloys with various mechanical properties. After obtaining Iron, it is then converted in the form of micron powder.