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solder in Industry topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsoldersol‧der1 /ˈsɒldə, ˈsəʊl- $ ˈsɑːdər/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 TIa soft metal, usually a mixture of lead and tin, which can be melted and used to join two metal surfaces, wires etc
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solderI loved the metallic smell of solder as it dripped in small puddles, hardening on the workbench before me.This means there will be some exchange between the solder and the metal which will alter the composition of both.The main difference between the two is the melting point of the solder.