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Alloy 42 Anyone?

Low

#1701

Alloy 42 Anyone? | 2 March, 2000

hi,

wonder anyone has done the electrical analysis of Alloy 42 as used in TSOP? I am interested in obtaining the rel. permeability of the ferromagnetic material...

where can I find more info?

thanks and regards, hong guan low

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Carol Zhang

#1702

Re: Alloy 42 Anyone? | 2 March, 2000

Low, You can go to www.matweb.com and check the information by just type alloy 42 to search. Hope you can find some helpful information. Carol

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#1703

Re: Alloy 42 Anyone? | 2 March, 2000

Hong Guan: When thinking about high nickel alloys: � Kovar, Alloy 42, and Invar are generally thought of as hermetic sealing materials, because of their coalescence with glass, platabililty, and coefficient of thermal expansion properties. � Permalloys (50, 45, and 36) as magnetic materials for their high magnetic permeability, low coercive force, and magnetic shielding properties.

Whatever. For the information you seek, contact the following: * Ed Fagan 769 Susquehanna Ave Franklin Lakes NJ 07417 800-335-6827 201-891-4003 Fax 3207 10547 Humbolt St Los Alamitos CA 90720 800-782-9657 562-431-2568 Fax 562-598-7122 www.edfagan.com sales@edfagan.com * Eagle Alloys 117 West Park Ct Talbott TN 37877 800.237. 9012 423.586. 8738 Fax 7456 www.eaglealloys.com Info@eaglealloys.com * National Electronic Alloys 5-T Fir Ct Oakland NJ 07436 800-524-4309 | Fax 201-337-9698 www.nealloys.com/ * Aero Specialties 20 Burt Dr Deer Park NY 11729 800-645-9530 516-242-7200 516-242-7652 www.metals-r-us.com sales@metals-r-us.com

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Dave F

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