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Chemical Iron

Name Iron
CAS Type 1 Name Iron
CAS Registry Number 7439-89-6
Definition A metallic element with atomic symbol Fe, atomic number 26, and atomic weight 55.85. It is an essential constituent of HEMOGLOBINS; CYTOCHROMES; and IRON-BINDING PROTEINS. It plays a role in cellular redox reactions and in the transport of OXYGEN.
Structure Iron
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MeSH® ID D007501
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  alpha, omega-dicarboxymethylpoly(oxyethylene)-magnetite
  BMS 180550
  carboxydextran-coated magnetic iron oxide particles
  Cervisol
  dextrafer
  dinitrosyl iron complex Has associated genes Has associated diseases
  fecralloy
  (FeIV(O)(TMCS))+
  Fenton's reagent Has associated genes Has associated diseases
  ferrate ion
  ferric pyrophosphate Has associated genes Has associated diseases
  ferric thiocyanate
  ferro-manganese alloy
  ferronickel
  ferropolysaccharide
  ferrosilicone
  ferryl iron
  greigite
  hexaaquairon(II)
  ilmenite
  inferron
  iron lysozyme glutarate
  iron-magnesium hydroxycarbonate
  iron-manganese silicate oxide
  iron resin adsorbate
  Jectofer Compound
  LiFePO4
  MA 956
  magnetoferritin
  Niferex
  perferryl iron
  PM2000 alloy
  pyrite
  SM-92
  sodium ferrate (IV)
  Sonazoid
  SUS 316L
  taconite
  tooeleite