Conclusion




5.1 Practical Applications
By knowing the favourable temperatures affecting the rate of rust, we can come to conclude that having a material that can rust can be kept in a colder or hotter environment which will result in the rate of rust formation be reduced. This also helps builders decide where do they want to build bridges in the future.

5.2 Areas for further study

We can find out about why does this occur where having too low temperature lowering the rate of rust and a higher temperature increasing the rate of rust. This will help us in finding the most suitable temperature for the formation of rust and why does this weird result come about. Our guess is the distance between each atom when the temperature changes.

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