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Fe - Iron - binary eutectic alloys and 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
Iron - Fe - alloys, with composition and melting points are indicated below:
Fe - Iron - binary eutectic alloys and melting points
Alloy Component Weight of Alloy Component (%) Melting Point
Gd - Gadolinium
Mo - Molybdenum
Nb - Niobium (Columbium)
Sb - Antimony (Stibium)
Si - Silicon
Sn - Tin (Stannum)
Y - Yttrium
Zr - Zirconium
Material properties of gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more.
Al - Aluminum - binary eutectic alloys and their melting points.
Melting points of elements.
Latent heat of fusion when changing between solid or liquid state for common materials like aluminum, ammonia, glycerin, water and more.
Alloys and their melting points.
Boiling points and specific heat of liquid metals.
The melting temperatures for some common metals and alloys.
Melting and boiling temperatures of some products.
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