Indium Sulfate In2(SO4)3
Indium sulfate (In2(SO4)3) is a grayish-white powder. It is hydroscopic and has a monoclinic crystal structure. It is available in several forms, i.e. as an anhydrous powder, as a hydrated salt with 9 moles of associated water, and as a solution in varying concentrations in water, up to its solubility limit. Please see the product data sheet for more information.
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Indium Corporation manufactures 60 different alloys that contain indium, in addition to over 150 other non-indium-bearing alloys, such as SAC and SnPb.
Having samples of different alloys can be very useful for R&D departments. Fortunately, Indium Corporation offers solder research kits so you can test various alloys with your assembly process to find just the right match.
Indium alloys can help you by reducing the assembly temperature needed to form interconnections. (solder joints)
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