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View Resource Galvanized Metal Lab

This lab experiment "uses a piece of galvanized metal to quantify the loss of atoms during a chemical reaction." A piece of galvanized metal will be placed in muratic acid; students will re-determine the mass of the metal afterwards. The main goal of the experiment is to teach students the relative difference in reactives of iron and zinc to muratic acid. This activity would be appropriate...

View Resource Speed Rusting and Hot Hands

This experiment will demonstrate the heat that is released when iron is oxidized. Students will learn to prepare chemical mixtures safely, identify when a chemical reaction is taking place, observe the results of an exothermic chemical reaction and the effects of differing constituents on the rate of the reaction, and apply their observations to the refining and corrosion of iron. This...

View Resource Iron and Steel- Properties and Applications

This document provides a learning module on iron and steel for use in materials education. The lesson examines the basic properties of iron and steel and includes discussions, demonstrations and suggested optional classroom activities. The materials can be covered in one to two class periods.

View Resource Reactivity of Iron

In this laboratory excercise, students will be introduced to the oxidation / corrosion of iron from two different sources (flame and water). From the examination of corrosion from multiple sources, students will be able to compare and contrast the effects each has on the iron samples. Students will also be able to observe the effect of various material processing techniques has on the corrosive...

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