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Acid or rosin for soldering?

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Actually a question to those who are involved in soldering at home on a regular basis. What are the main differences? How is it spite? Hood necessarily need or not for soldering on an industrial scale is not critical?
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Rosin is acid, if it is acidic, it would not make sense when soldering, all soldering fluxes sour, but there are stronger and there are weaker, and chemical action of the various acids is different, and also depends on activating additives, you should choose based on the task, not particularly harmful, fluxes't evaporate so good to be able to inhale a lot of lead too, so the window is open, better yet a draft, and that's enough.
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For tinning old wires acid, for the rest of the glycerin and a normal soldering iron with temperature control.
PS the 'no clean' fluxes is not the case, even the resin with 90% humidity soak and suits KZ.
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buy flux LTI-120, in special cases it is possible aspirin use.
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At home and at work soldering this thing. While it is better not seen. No sharp odor, like when soldering acids, great ludic wire, unlike rosin, does not require rinsing, good for BGA reballing. Such banks are enough for a year of regular rations.

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Braze for a start, all the usual rosin, conventional or liquid. Because the things that people are not soldered her try soldering different acid fluxes. By the way, normal solder already contains rosin.
Really do not advise to start to use old parts, performance which you can check.
In General, You have too many questions, despite the fact that now just a ton of videos like "Soldering for beginners".
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Why or?
And rosin.
And certainitly.
AND LTI-120.
And amaki any.
And glycerin (not from the pharmacy) (glycerine (glycerol-hydrazine) is sold in the same goods, fluxes and radio).
... And experience :).
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Modern solders in form of wire spools of different thickness or solder pastes, the flux included in the solder composition, and there is no need to apply additional flux. Depending on the specifics of soldering sometimes apply soldering flux. V. p. solders designed for operating temperatures 250 - 300 degrees.
Hood in all conditions plus never will be. And all good gentlemen, look tobolskie materials and, pardon the bluntness, not sassy#%#the ether.
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