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High-silicon Aluminum Alloy is a binary alloy composed of silicon, aluminum and other elements. It is a material alloy that is used primarily in space technology, portable electronics and aerospace. About Silicon-Aluminum Alloy Si Al Powder The high-silicon-aluminum alloy powder is an alloy binary composed of silicon-based and aluminum-based metals and is used as a thermal management material. High-silicon aluminum material is able to maintain excellent performance and has a high content of alu


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