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Soldering: Quiz

  

Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  An improperly soldered 'cold' joint
  A tube of multicore electronics solder used for manual soldering
  (De)soldering a contact from a wire.
  soldered copper pipes

Question 2: A soldering copper is a tool with a large copper head and a long handle which is heated in a ________'s forge fire and used to apply heat to sheet metal for soldering.
BlacksmithGoldsmithMetalsmithSilversmith

Question 3: Historically, soldering coppers were a standard tool used in auto bodywork, although body solder has been mostly superseded by ________ for mechanical connection and non-metallic fillers for contouring.
Arc weldingSpot weldingGas metal arc weldingElectric resistance welding

Question 4: A ________, such as a crocodile clip, can be used to prevent damaging heat-sensitive components while soldering.
Passive fire protectionComputer coolingFire testHeat sink

Question 5: A number of solder materials, primarily zinc alloys, are used for soldering ________ metal and alloys and to some lesser extent steel and zinc.
GoldAluminiumTitaniumCopper

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  (De)soldering a contact from a wire.
  Small figurine being created by soldering
  soldered copper pipes
  Broken solder joints on a Flyback transformer

Question 7: Soldering is a process in which two or more metal items are joined together by melting and flowing a filler metal into the joint, the filler metal having a relatively low ________.
SolidMelting pointLiquidPhase transition

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  An improperly soldered 'cold' joint
  soldered copper pipes
  (De)soldering a contact from a wire.

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  A tube of multicore electronics solder used for manual soldering
  An improperly soldered 'cold' joint
  Broken solder joints on a Flyback transformer
  An improperly soldered 'cold' joint

Question 10: ________, magnesium, cast irons, steels, ceramics, and graphite can be soldered but it involves a process similar to joining carbides.
ChromiumVanadiumAluminiumTitanium
















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