Wood's Metal for electrode making
J. A. Kiernan
jkiernan at julian.uwo.ca
Wed Sep 21 11:01:45 EST 1994
In article <35mocd$fhr at newsbf01.news.aol.com> johna158 at aol.com (JohnA158) writes:
>From: johna158 at aol.com (JohnA158)
>Subject: Re: Wood's Metal for electrode making
>Date: 20 Sep 1994 09:34:05 -0400
>In article <Jul.8.09.53.33.1994.20174 at crab.rutgers.edu>,
>saidel at crab.rutgers.edu (William Saidel) writes:
>>I inherited a lifelong supply of Wood's Metal, enough for several
>Pardon my ignorance, but what is "Wood's Metal"?
An alloy of Sn, Bi and Pb that melts below the B.P. of water.
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