Noun(1) an alloy (usually of lead and tin
Verb(1) join or fuse with solder
(1) In many power devices handling large currents, high-melting-point solder containing lead is used internally to ensure high reliability.(2) The now familiar swinging ├ö├ç├┐trapdoor├ö├ç├û breechblock was fitted and attached to the top of the barrel with a hinge secured by soft solder and a single screw.(3) The invention Intel is announcing does away with the top layer of the package and the bumps of solder by connecting copper wiring directly from the core of the package to the processor.(4) Some alloys, like solder , which is usually 60% tin and 40% lead, are used to make electrical circuits.(5) Until their ban in 1991, lead pipes and solder commonly were used in home plumbing systems.(6) remove the fitting using a blowtorch to melt the solder(7) The most important use of tin in the United States is the manufacture of solder , an alloy made of tin and lead.(8) The encasement design was elegantly simple: two sheets of glass with metallic copper flashed on the edges, joined with solder to a lead ribbon that sealed the three-eighths-inch gap between the glass.(9) The electronics industry utilizes hot gas soldering to reflow or melt solder in localized areas on circuit assemblies.(10) Use of tin solder is growing in electronics, especially computer hardware, and modern laptop liquid crystal screens have a tin-oxide film for their panels.(11) Early food cans were sealed with thick seams of lead solder , which caused slight poisoning when they contained acidic foodstuffs.(12) Replace lead pipes with copper, and use lead-free solder when installing or repairing plumbing.(13) Other potential sources of lead include fishing-line weights, metal weights in curtains, antique ceramics, leaded glass, and water from pipes with lead solder .(14) The key replacement for tin/lead solder is a tin/silver/copper alloy available exclusively from Japan.(15) There are 37 soldered fins on each side of the heatsink for a grand total of 74 copper fins connected to the copper base by means of solder .(16) Occasionally, a pregnant woman is exposed to significant amounts of lead in her drinking water if her home has lead pipes, lead solder on copper pipes or brass faucets.
1. solder ::
2. betel ::
3. piper betle ::
4. dredge ::
Different Formssolder, soldered, solderer, solderers, soldering, solders
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