Rusting is the process in which iron turns into iron oxide. It happens when iron comes into contact with water and oxygen. The process is a type of corrosion that occurs easily under natural conditions.
Rust is the product of a chemical reaction in which iron oxidizes in the presence of an electrolyte. In order to form iron oxide, exposed iron must bond with oxygen, which usually happens when the iron surface gets wet.
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Rust forms on iron due to an oxidation reaction that occurs when it comes into contact with oxygen and water. The reaction of iron, oxygen and water forms hydrated iron(III) oxide, which is known as rust. Acid rain or saltwater can cause iron to rust more quickly.
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The color rust occurs when orange, red and brown are combined. The English term was first coined in 1692. It was termed for the color that results from the oxidation of iron.
To remove rust, apply a rust-removal solution to the affected area, and scrape the rust off with a putty knife. Rust removers are very acidic and give off harsh fumes, so be sure to use gloves, goggles and a mask.