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Newton's metal is a fusible alloy with a low melting point.
Fusible alloys in this sense are used for solder.
First, a core is made from a fusible alloy or low melting temperature polymer.
Afterward, production gradually increased as new uses were found in fusible alloys, solders, and electronics.
Fusible alloys are commonly, but not necessarily, eutectic alloys.
Ranges from cast iron, steel and aluminium through to magnesium, solders and fusible alloys.
Minor amounts of bismuth metal were consumed in fusible alloys for fire sprinkler systems and fuse wire.
He is remembered for creation of a fusible alloy known as Rose metal, which is composed of lead, bismuth and tin.
Probably the easiest to recycle would be bismuth-containing fusible alloys in the form of larger objects, then larger soldered objects.
Liquid fusible alloys can be used as coolants in applications where high temperature stability is required, e.g. some fast breeder nuclear reactors.
Like other fusible alloys, e.g. Rose's metal, Wood's metal can be used as a heat transfer medium in hot baths.
Each closed-head sprinkler is held closed by either a heat-sensitive glass bulb (see below) or a two-part metal link held together with fusible alloy.
Its alloy is classified as a fusible alloy, which have a melting point lower than the eutectic point of the tin lead alloy.
During World War II bismuth was considered a strategic material, used for solders, fusible alloys, medications and atomic research.
A fusible alloy is a metal alloy capable of being easily fused, i.e. easily meltable, at relatively low temperatures.
Lead is used in building construction, lead-acid batteries, bullets and shot, weights, as part of solders, pewters, fusible alloys, and as a radiation shield.
Various fusible alloys can be used as solders with very low melting points; examples include Field's metal, Lipowitz's alloy, Wood's metal, and Rose's metal.
Some reasonably well known fusible alloys are Wood's metal, Field's metal, Rose metal, Galinstan, and NaK.
Metal alloys that are liquid at room temperature include NaK, a sodium-potassium metal alloy, galinstan, a fusible alloy liquid, and some amalgams (alloys involving mercury).
Fusible alloys present a precipitation hardening (aging), so the mechanic properties will be dependent of the melting conditions, solidification rate, time since the melting, and the conditions in which the alloy will be used.
A mechanical fusible link is a device consisting of two strips of metal soldered together with a fusible alloy that is designed to melt at a specific temperature, thus allowing the two pieces to separate.
During 16 reactor core ejections, approximately 128 kg of NaK-78 (a fusible alloy eutectic of 22 and 78% w/w sodium and potassium respectively) escaped from the primary coolant systems of the BUK reactors.
Bismuth is a major player in the metallurgical industry: it is a basic ingredient in a range of fusible alloys; an additive to aluminum, steel, and cast iron to improve machinability; and widely used to support dies, moulds, and optical lenses.
Strictly speaking the term "fusible core injection molding refers to the use of a fusible alloy as the core material; when the core material is made from a soluble plastic the process is known as soluble core injection molding."