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[31-34] studied the microstructures and mechanical properties of Al-Si-Mg ternary eutectic alloys by changing the pulling rate at a given temperature.
Gunduz, "Thermal conductivities of solid and liquid phases in Pb-Cd and Sn-Zn binary eutectic alloys," Thermochimica Acta, vol.
A eutectic alloy is a metallic material that melts at the lowest possible temperature for its mix of constituents.
The 63/37 eutectic alloy has a distinct melting point of 61 F and transitions directly from solid to liquid with no plastic state.
Positive qualities of silicides may be used in case of their introduction into ductile matrix of titanium in the form of finely dispersed particles (mainly [Ti.sub.5][Si.sub.3]) or in production of eutectic alloys, strengthened by [Ti.sub.5][Si.sub.3] fibers.
The ball material selected was copper-silver eutectic alloy, which will not collapse during assembly to the PCB.
These numbers are a far cry from the normal tin-lead eutectic alloy melting point of around 183[degrees]C with peak reflow temperatures of 215-220[degrees]C.
Eutectic alloy is widely used as the casting alloy, and great progresses have been made in the studies in undercooling of eutectic alloy.
Hueners continued by saying, "Gold/tin is the most common eutectic alloy for optoelectronics because it provides a clean, high-thermal chip connection.
The control samples assembled with Sn/Pb eutectic alloy solder paste experienced thermal shock failures earlier than those with lead-free solder paste, indicating superior performance of mixed technology lead-free assemblies.
Figure 1 shows the DSC curves of the Sn-Zn eutectic alloy and a series of Sn-9Zn-xGa alloys upon heating at a scanning rate of 0.5[degrees]C/min.