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Solder is an alloy consisting of

A. Tin, antimony, copper

B. Tin and copper

C. Tin and lead

D. Lead and zinc

Answer: Option B

Solution(By Examveda Team)

Solder is an alloy contains Tin and copper

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Comments ( 13 )

  1. Thakkar Abhishek
    Thakkar Abhishek :
    11 months ago

    correct answer is C

  2. Formel D
    Formel D :
    1 year ago

    Sir, its a alloy of lead and tin.

  3. Zoo Topia
    Zoo Topia :
    1 year ago

    The correct answer is TIN AND LEAD

  4. Nihar Murmu
    Nihar Murmu :
    1 year ago

    Tin and lead

  5. Vaibhav Lukhi
    Vaibhav Lukhi :
    2 years ago

    correct answer is C

    Soft solder

    Originally lead/tin based, typically a eutectic alloy of lead and tin, sometimes containing additional elements to improve its properties, used for sealing joints in plumbing and making electrical connections. This has a low melting point and fairly low strength.

  6. Karthikeyan Guru
    Karthikeyan Guru :
    2 years ago

    option c is correct --- Solder is alloy of tin and Lead

  7. Yerramsetty Pavankumar
    Yerramsetty Pavankumar :
    2 years ago

    Lead(50%),tin(50%) this alloys are used soft Solding. Application: General wire joining PCB. Sliver(40%),Lead(30%),tin(30%) this combination of alloys are used in Hard Solding. application :Space and missile vehicles
    Braze welding: copper and tin alloy are used filler rod material.

  8. Vivek Mandal
    Vivek Mandal :
    2 years ago

    Solder is an alloy of lead and tin

  9. Anu Shinde
    Anu Shinde :
    2 years ago

    It's lead and tin .

  10. AMAL NALINAM
    AMAL NALINAM :
    3 years ago

    its tin and lead

  11. Raja Sekhar
    Raja Sekhar :
    3 years ago

    soft solder is lead and tin,hard solder is copper and zinc

  12. Shailendra Verma
    Shailendra Verma :
    3 years ago

    C option is right
    Pb+Sn

  13. PRATIK KHANKAL
    PRATIK KHANKAL :
    4 years ago

    I think Tin & Lead is also a correct option

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