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Though there are low softening-point (s.p.) silica-based glasses, such as Anywhere Powder D235 and D240, with claimed s.p. of 350 °C and 400 °C, respectively. However, it's unlikely a glass would serve as solder. Unlike malleable metals, glass is strong, but exceedingly brittle. If the coefficients of linear thermal expansion of the two ...


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