By Rudolf Strauss
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Though they diﬀer in their composition, they share their crystalline structure with that of the zone formed on copper, with the same consequences for the mechanical properties of the joint itself. 6). It forms hexagonal needles, which are sometimes hollow, embedded in the tin–lead crystal structure of the solder. 7 Cross-section through a soldered joint, made with eutectic solder large, due to the soldered joint having solidiﬁed very slowly, they do no harm. On the contrary, they may well have a strengthening eﬀect, since crystals were an intentional constituent of tin- and lead-base bearing metals when these alloys were still a common engineering material.
They also set completely solid at that temperature when cooled down from the molten state. There is a further feature: to either side of the eutectic, the alloys have no sharp melting point, but a melting range, which gets wider as the composition moves away from the eutectic. 4). Towards both ends of the melting point diagram certain complications arise, which can be disregarded in the present context. This melting behaviour is reﬂected in the microstructure of the solidiﬁed alloys: seen under the microscope, the eutectic itself forms a ﬁnely interlaced pattern of thin layers of tin and lead.
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