Principles of Soldering
Chapter 3: The Joining Environment
Materials used in joining, whether solders, fluxes, or atmospheres, are becoming increasingly subjected to restrictions on the grounds of health, safety, and pollution concerns. These regulations can limit the choice of materials and processes that are deemed acceptable for industrial use. The chapter addresses this issue with a focus on soldering fluxes. The chapter also describes factors related to soldering under a protective atmosphere, provides information on chemical fluxes for soldering of various metals, and discusses the processes involved in fluxless soldering processes.
The Joining Environment, Principles of Soldering, By Giles Humpston, David M. Jacobson, ASM International, 2004, p 103–143, https://doi.org/10.31399/asm.tb.ps.t62440103
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