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Sample industrial reading. When the subject matter may be \"dry\", the need for more lively reading is required. My acting and presentation experience really comes in handy in this situation.
Middle Aged (35-54)
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Solder is a metal alloy made by combining tin and lead in different proportions here. The proportions are equal, so it's known as 50/50 solder, 50% tin and 50% lead. A 60/40 solder would consist of 60% tin and 40% lead. You can find these percentages marked on various types of solder available, and sometimes only the tin percentage is shown. A striking fact about solder is its low melting point. Pure lead has a melting point of 325 degrees Celsius pure tin, a melting point of 232 degrees. But when you combine them into a 50/50 solder, the melting point drops to 216 degrees.