Rusting car wreck

Rusting car wreck

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Credit: TONY CRADDOCK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Rusting car wreck and dead trees. Rust is a hydrated iron oxide produced by a chemical reaction between the iron metal in the car and the water and oxygen in the air. Rust is more porous and brittle than iron. This car was 13 kilometres from the volcano Mount St Helens when it was destroyed in the 1980 eruption. The blast area covered 600 square kilometres. Photographed in Washington State, USA, in 2000.

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Keywords: abandoned, american, automobile, blast area, car wreck, corroding vehicle, corrosion, dead trees, devastation, hydrated, iron oxide, motor-car motorcar, mount st helens, mt., oxidised metal, rusting, saint, scrap, united states, usa, volcanic destruction, washington

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