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This article is about the material. For the prize in mathematics, see Fields Medal.
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Field's metal, or Field's alloy is a fusible alloy that becomes liquid at approximately 62 °C (144 °F). It is a eutectic alloy of bismuth, indium, and tin, with the following percentages by weight: 32.5% Bi, 51% In, 16.5% Sn.
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