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Cu - Copper - binary eutectic alloys and their 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:
Copper Binary Eutectic Alloys - Melting Points
|Alloy Component||Weight of Alloy Component|
|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 |
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