Which alloy is made by mixing 20% of lead and 80% of tin?
I just want to ask you which alloy is made by mixing 20% of lead and 80% of tin. Please answer my question as soon as possible. Thank you for reading my e-mail.
Yours faithfully,William Hexu Huhu Zhao
- London, England
80-20 tin-lead solder.
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Pine Beach, New Jersey
First of two simultaneous responses --
Why don't you phone up Sir Johns Cass college in London as they teach metallurgy (or did when I was there). I'd guess that this is a later form of pewter ... earlier pewter having probably more lead and being more toxic.
White Rock, British Columbia, Canada
(It is our sad duty to
advise that Freeman passed away
April 21, 2012. R.I.P. old friend).
Second of two simultaneous responses --
80 Tin and 20 Lead mix to form a solder- not one of the commercial ones in the States, as we commonly use different mixtures- but still a solder. Hope this helps!
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