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why does rust differ from iron and oxygen

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Rust is a iron oxide,usually red oxide formed by redox reaction of iron and oxygen in presence of water or air moisture.Several forms of rust are distinguishable both visually and by spectroscopy,and form under different circumstances.Rust consists by hydrated iron.(III)oxideFe20your welcome,I'm Roxaroo!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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