I'm trying to make a Bismuth-Indium based low-melt alloy wetter (specifically, better at wetting to solid metals and glass). I've tried adding gallium, which obviously works, but due to its metal-attacking nature it can't be used here.
I know that antimony and tellurium are often used as surfactants, but I've only read of them acting as surfactants in organic solvents, and can't find anything on whether alloying them with a liquid metal would improve its wetting ability. As I don't have any Sb/Te at present, I'd rather ask if this has any chance of helping before trying them.
If not, is there anything else I could incorporate into the alloy - possibly a non-metal/metalloid - which would improve wetting?