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I've been using 60/40 solder for years.
I tried lead-free (halide free), pure tin, with a little bit of copper, and 227ºC.
Even though I use a good quality soldering station, it's hard to work with it. Doesn't flow nearly as well, and the higher temperature required makes my iron tip...