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Surface tension and density of liquid tin-lead solder alloys.
Schwaneke-AE; Falke-WL; Miller-VR
J Chem Eng Data 1978 Jan; 23(4):298-301
As part of the Bureau of Mines program to either conserve scarce domestic mineral resources or substitute for them, development of new soldering systems was undertaken. To support and facilitate this study, the properties of tin-lead solders were investigated. Surface tensions and densities of tin-lead solder alloys have been determined by use of an improved maximum-bubble-pressure system that includes provisions for density measurements. Results show general agreement with accepted theories for simple solutions. Comparisons with other reported measurements of these alloys are made.
OP; Journal Article
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Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data
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