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White metals are any of several light-colored alloys used as a base for plated silverware, ornaments or novelties, as well as any of several lead-based or tin-based alloys used for things like bearings, jewelry, miniature figures, fusible plugs, and many other applications.
White Metal alloys are generally made up of these metals: Antimony, Tin, Cadmium, Bismuth, and Zinc, though which ones being used vary based on the need. As an example, a base metal for jewelry needs to be castable, polishable, have good flow characteristics and have the ability to cast fine detail without an excessive amount of porosity.
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