|Melting Point ( °C )||1535|
|Boiling Point ( °C )||2750|
|Earth crust (%)|
|Discovery (Year)||4000 B.C.E.|
|Ionization energy (eV)|
Iron is the 26th element listed in the periodic table. This element is one of the fourth most abundant elements found in the earth's crust.<ref>Zumdahl, S.S., Zumdahl, S. L., DeCoste, D. J. (2006). World of Chemistry. Houghton Mifflin Company. p. 50</ref> During the third century B.C.E., the Hittities made iron into weapons.
Iron has been used since ancient times and there hasn't been a clear person who discovered iron.
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