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Summary: Low melting-temperature alloys are vital to successful electronics assembly.
Solder is a critical material that physically holds electronic assemblies together while allowing the various components to expand and contract, to dissipate heat, and to transmit electrical signals. Without solder, it would be impossible to produce the countless electronic devices that define the 21st century.
Solder is available in numerous shapes and alloys. Each has its particular properties, providing a solder for nearly every application. Many times, solder is an afterthought in the design and engineering process. However, by considering the soldering step early in the design process, problems can be minimized. In fact, with the proper information, the characteristics of a solder can be part of an optimal design.
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