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METALS AND ALLOYS WITH LOW MELTING TEMPERATURE L. I. Berger Composition, % * Metal or alloy system Weight Atomic Melting temperature ( °C) Comments Ref. Hg 100 100 –38.84 Cs–K 77.0–23.0 50.0–50.0 –37.5 Eutectic (?) 1 Cs–Na 94.5–5.5 75.0–25.0 –30.0 Eutectic 2 K–Na 76.7–23.3 65.9–34.1 –12.65 Eutectic 3 Na–Rb 8.0–92.0 24.4–75.6 –5 Eutectic 4 Ga–In–Sn 62.5–21.5–16.0 73.6–15.3–11.1 11 Eutectic 5 Ga–Sn–Zn 82.0–12.0–6.0 86.0–7.3–6.7 17 Eutectic 5 Cs 100 100 28.44 Ga 100 100 29.77 K–Rb 32.0–68.0 50–50 33 Eutectic 4 Bi–Cd–In–Pb–Sn 44.7–5.3–19.1–22.6–8.3 35.1–8.2–27.3–17.9–11.5 46.7 Eutectic 6 Bi–In–Pb–Sn 49.5–21.3–17.6–11.6 39.2–30.7–14.0–16.2 58.2 Eutectic 6 Bi–In–Sn 32.5–51.0–16.5 21.1–60.1–18.8 60.5 Eutectic 7 K 100 100 63.38 Bi–Cd–Pb–Sn 50.0–12.5–25.0–12.5 41.5–19.3–21.0–18.2 70 Wood’s alloy 6 Bi–In 33.0–67.0 21.3–78.7 72 Eutectic 8 Bi–Cd–Pb 51.6–8.2–40.2
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