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soldering

(sod'ĕr-ing),
1. A laser technique to make one tissue adhere to another.
2. In dentistry, the joining of two metals by the fusion of intermediary alloys that are of a lower melting temperature.

sol·der·ing

(sod'ĕr-ing)
A laser technique to make one tissue adhere to another.

soldering

(sŏd′ĕr-ĭng)
The joining of two pieces of metal by use of a lower-melting-point alloy. When the melted solder cools and solidifies, it joins the parts together. Soldering is used to join many components of dental appliances or orthodontic bands and to add bulk or contours to crowns or inlays.

sol·der·ing

(sod'ĕr-ing)
In dentistry, joining of two metals by fusion of intermediary alloys that have a lower melting temperature.
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For single-sided or simple double-sided boards where the designer has followed strict design-for-x-ray guidelines, 2-D is an effective solution for detecting soldering defects.
It should be noted that a major cause of reflow soldering defects, both for SnPb and Pb-free alloys, is improper aperture geometries.
As copper content increases in the solder bath, the fluidity of the solder decreases; this can cause more soldering defects.
In time, if they get into the solder wave and find their way into solder joints, they can cause soldering defects and denigrate product reliability.