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If so, the solder may be shorted together due to the sudden compression.
These molecules of copper and tin that occur at the interface of the copper and solder are called intermetallics (FIGURE 3).
The correct material for the application will make or break a part's ability to withstand the temperature extremes seen during the reflow solder process.
Nevertheless, it was recognized that in run 2, the solder was flowing incorrectly.
Don't solder close to wood or other flammable material without protecting it from the flame.
When the solder on two nearby faces of the crimped tape came in contact, the solder naturally minimized its surface area remaining in contact with the water.
Therefore the selection of the peelable solder mask depends less on the required temperature resistance during processing than on the surrounding conditions: The need to tent plated through-holes or achieve a high definition requires the use of special thixotropic or highly thixotropic inks.
Solder is the "linchpin of electronics manufacturing," says Jack Geibig, acting director of the Center for Clean Products and Clean Technologies at the University of Tennessee.
Six lead-free solder compositions were identified that exhibit fatigue performance during cycling up to 160[degrees]C of a wide range of surface mount components which is superior to the industry standard eutectic Sn-Ag alloy.
and I suspect the prices of lead-free solders will drop.