Copper Binary Eutectic Alloys - Melting Points

Cu - Copper - binary eutectic alloys and melting points

The melting point of an alloy of two (binary) or more metals depends on the relative proportions of the ingredients.

  • an eutectic mixture is the mixture where the melting point is as low as possible

Binary eutectic Copper - Cu - alloys, with composition and melting points are indicated below:

Alloy ComponentWeight of Alloy Component
(%)
Melting Point
KoF
Ge - Germanium 37 913 1184
Mg - Magnesium 69.3 758 905
Mn - Manganese 34 1143 1598
Pb - Lead (Plumbum) 36 1230 1755
Pr - Praseodymium 83 745 882
Sb - Antimony (Stibium) 76 800 981
Si - Silicon 16 1075 1476
Te - Tellurium 82 617 207
Ti - Titanium 22 1133 1580
Tl - Thallium 35.3 1357 1983
U - Uranium 25 1213 1724
Zr - Zirconium 13 1253 1796
  • T(oC) = 5/9[T(oF) - 32]

Related Topics

  • Material Properties - Material properties for gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more
  • Melting point - freezing point - Documents giving melting or freezing point of elements and different kind of chemical species at varying conditions

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