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Volume 4 , Issue 5
September/October 1991

Pages 425-431


Tensile Strength of Preceramic Solder Joints Formed Using an Infrared Heat Source

Louly/Mora/Moore/Andres/Goodacre


PMID: 1687435

Infrared soldering was compared to gas-oxygen torch soldering by testing specimens made from each of the following four classes of metal ceramic alloys: gold-platinum-palladium, gold-palladium, palladium-silver, and nickel-chromium-beryllium. There was no significant difference between infrared and torch soldering for the gold-palladium, palladium-silver, and base metal alloy specimens. However, infrared soldering of the gold-platinum-palladium alloy samples produced significantly weaker joints than those produced by torch soldering.


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