rosin-core solder

rosin-core solder

[′räz·ən ¦kȯr ′säd·ər]
(materials)
Solder made up in tubular or other hollow form, with the inner space filled with noncorrosive rosin flux.
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You'll need new cells, a soldering iron and rosin-core solder, a glue gun, and some wire and tape.