Soldering starts here!
What is solder?
An alloy that evaporates slowly.
An alloy that becomes liquid when heated, and then solidifies when it cools.
An alloy that is extremely malleable.
Always a mixture of tin and lead.
A device that uses suction to remove unwanted solder from the circuit board
Solder suction tool
All of the above
For this space, you should solder at ---- degrees Fahrenheit.
In a good solder joint the solder should attach to
The component lead
The pad on the board
The body of the component
Both the component lead and the pad on the board
When the solder doesn't stick to the leads or the pads, this is called:
A solder starved joint
is not a strong joint and may develop stress cracks that cause it to fail overtime
is hard to detect
is caused by a soldering that is too cool
is almost impossible to repair
Are fine if you're in a hurry
are potential short circuits
are potential open circuits
are potential grounds
When soldering, clean your solder tip often
with a moist tissue
with a rough surface such as sandpaper
with either cleaning wire or a damp sponge
on your clothes
Solder wick is
copper braid used to remove unwanted solder
gold braid used to solder in very small spaces
silver braid used to remove unwanted solder
copper braid used to make patterns on the circuit board
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