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Al - Aluminum - 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.
eutectic mixture is the mixture where the melting point is as low as possible
Aluminum - Al - alloys, with composition and melting points are indicated below:
Aluminum - Melting Points of Binary Eutectic Alloys
Alloy Component Weight of Alloy Component (%) Melting Point
Au - Gold (Aurum)
Ca - Calcium
Cd - Cadmium
Ce - Cerium
Cu - Copper
Fe - Iron (Ferrum)
Ge - Germanium
In - Indium
Mg - Magnesium
Ni - Nickel
Pt - Platinum
Si - Silicon
Th - Thorium
Zn - Zinc
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