Managed to find this place, but can't manage to find what he needs
using a search engine.
Can't see him getting a passing mark on that homework assignment at all!
Funny! Sad too!
Sounds like it's the same alloys called Cerrobend in the US.
| Hmmmmm, that's not low temp.
| This is low:
| Good luck.
| Brian Lawson,
| Bothwell, Ontario.
Interesting. Looks like there is only one actual elemental metal in the
plus one "metalloid" element.
I'm assuming that the OP is asking about elemental metals and not alloys?
Hint to the OP---try a Google for "melting point of metals". It's a lot
quicker than posting here
and waiting for replies.
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