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Irons are rather simple in how they works. they works like an electric heater. they have heating element made out of a metal alloy that gets hot when electricity is applied.  Basically you apply a voltage to the iron's heating element which induces a current. The current through  the iron's heating element generates heat according to the formula power = current^2*resistance.  
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