Q. 484.4( 7 Votes )

The chemical reaction involved in the corrosion of iron metal is that of : A. oxidation as well as displacement B. reduction as well as combination
C. oxidation as well as combination
D. reduction as well as displacement

Answer :

Iron and oxygen combine to form iron oxide. So, Iron is oxidized and it combine with oxygen.

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