An alloy, the meltingpoint of which largely depends upon the proportion of bismuth employed, generally about 50 per cent., with lead about 25 per cent., tn 12 to 13 per cent., and cadmium about 12 to 13 per cent. It has a fusingpoint of 6y5 degrees C., and is used for producing casts of metals, solders, and in making safety valves for boilers, fusible plugs, valves, etc.
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