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soldered

Pronounced "sod-erd." Permanently attached by a hard metal bond. In order to replace a chip soldered to a circuit board, it requires heating the soldering joints until they melt. Contrast with socketed.
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"Reliability Studies of InnoLot and SnBi Joints Soldered on DBC Substrate"
To use a low melting point solder is an important approach to strengthening solder joint reliability [39], because low melting temperature soldering is potential that electrical devices to be soldered are prone to thermal damage [40].
Study of reaction interface of soldered combined materials.
Allow the soldered connection to cool and then test the earbud.
In the early years, components were placed on the PCB such that their leads passed through the substrate and were soldered on the opposing side.
In this experiment, all connectors showed good through-hole penetration when soldered at 280[degrees]C.
Hand soldering requires greater care with time and temperature applied to the soldered part and better thermal controls to avoid component or board damage.
Almost all electrical and electronic products incorporate semiconductor devices soldered into printed circuit boards.
With more weight, one of the soldered joints gave out.
That is, Costa rattles off a list of the terminals that are being commonly soldered on glass: rear window defroster grid; FM antenna loop; AM antenna; mobile multi-media loop; Global Positioning System (GPs) antenna; rear window rain sensor; rear window wiper; front window defroster grid; front window rain sensor--and there are plenty of others.
The solder billets were soldered in between copper substrates, and flux was applied.