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Metal Alloys - Melting Points

Alloys and their melting points.

An alloy is a mixture of metals or a mixture of a metal and another element. Melting points of some mixtures of metals are indicated in the diagrams below:

Lead - Pb

Melting points of Pb - Lead - in mixtures with

  • Sn - Tin
  • Bi - Bismuth
  • Te - Tellurium
  • Ag - Silver
  • Na - Sodium - Natrium
  • Cu - Copper
  • Sb - Antimony

Lead (Pb) alloys - melting points diagram

Aluminum - Al

Melting points of Al - Aluminum - in mixtures with

  • Sb - Antimony
  • Cu - Copper
  • Au - Gold
  • Ag - Silver
  • Zn - Zinc
  • Fe - Iron
  • Sn - Tin

Aluminum (Al) alloys - melting points diagram

Copper - Cu

Melting points of Cu - Copper - in mixtures with

  • Ni - Nickel
  • Ag - Silver
  • Sn - Tin
  • Zn - Zinc

Copper (Cu) alloys - melting points diagram

Antimony - Sb

Melting points of Sb - Antimony - in mixtures with

  • Bi - Bismuth
  • Ag - Silver
  • Sn - Tin
  • Zn - Zinc

Antimony (Sb) alloys - melting points diagram

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