Excerpt from Dental Register of the West, 1860, Vol. 14
My improvement greatly obviates these defects and meets more perfectly the requirements of alloys of this class. The composition composed of cadmium, lead and tin, melts some what under 300 deg. Farh., or sixty or sevent... y degrees below the melting point of the fine solder above referred to. It is equal to it in malleability and tenacity, is much harder and stronger, and admits of a higher polish. It ranks in fusibility with the more easily melted bismuth solders, andis believed to be greatly superior to any of them in all the other requisites for this purpose. The advantages for other purposes of a metal possessing these qualities will readily suggest themselves.
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