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Trying to identify old wire solder

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shaiko

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Hello,

I stumbled upon an old spool of solder wire (picture attached)
The manufacturer is: "Multicore Solders" from Richardson Texas.
The sticker on it says Sn62 (perhaps it means 62Sn 36Pb 2Ag???)

Please help me find an accurate datasheet or at least identify the exact material composition + flux for this product

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It looks like regular electronic solder. For applications that need leaded solder you can use it today or in fifty years.
 
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