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Title: Effect of liquid-liquid transition on solidification and wettability of Sn-0.7Cu-xBi solder
Authors: Li, X. F.
Zhao, X. M.
Zhang, F.
Zu, F. Q.
Zhou, Wei
Keywords: Engineering::Materials
Issue Date: 2016
Source: Li, X. F., Zhao, X. M., Zhang, F., Zu, F. Q. & Zhou, W. (2016). Effect of liquid-liquid transition on solidification and wettability of Sn-0.7Cu-xBi solder. Kovove Materialy, 54(3), 205-210. https://dx.doi.org/10.4149/km_2016_3_205
Journal: Kovove Materialy
Abstract: The electrical resistivity-temperature curve (ρ-T) of Sn-0.7Cu-xBi (wt.%) melts was measured, and anomalous changes were observed on the ρ-T curve at the temperature far above the corresponding liquidus. The results reveal that the melts have experienced a temperature-induced liquid-liquid transition (LLT), and the transition is reversible after the first cycle heating. Based on the result of LLT, solidification experiments and spreadability testing were carried out on the Sn-0.7Cu-xBi alloy to investigate the effect of LLT on the solidification and wettability. The results show that the microstructure was refined, and the wettability was improved when the solder samples solidified from the melt experienced LLT.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10356/146880
ISSN: 0023-432X
DOI: 10.4149/km_2016_3_205
Rights: © 2016 Institute of Materials and Machine Mechanics, Slovak Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved. This paper was published in Kovove Materialy and is made available with permission of Institute of Materials and Machine Mechanics, Slovak Academy of Sciences.
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