Sn ( tin ) is a weird metal that cries when you bend it.
Not sure what your interest is in Sn, but I've been looking to purchase a power supply that will allow me to recover Sn from the solder used on circuit boards.
Tin chloride is easy to return back into elemental Sn via electrolysis.
Last edited by alloy2; 01-03-2017 at 02:32 AM.
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nickel and tin being high is a GOOD INDICATOR of both consumer electronics futures but also construction and heavy industry. Another indicator is carbide climbing up (which it is)
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Alloy, how many kw/hours do you think it takes to pull a lb off solder and board substrates? I've looked at the process in the past but I just couldn't figure that much power for the returns, of course tin was about 2 bucks at the time.
I might try a small scale and use a watt meter...7 per lb is awfully hard to ignore.
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