In this work data for liquid ZnAl alloys with Li, Na and Si additions are presented. The physicochemical properties, viscosity, density and surface tension, were measured using the discharge crucible method (DC) . The experiments were conducted for ZnAl alloys with Li, Na and Si additions to show influence of alloying elements for physicochemical properties. The addition of Li and Na to ZnAl causes the decrease of density, and increase surface tension and viscosity compared to eutectic ZnAl alloy.
This work was financed by the Ministry of Science and High Education of Poland grant IP2014 011473 “Effect of addition Na, Li and Si to eutectic ZnAl alloys on phenomena occurring at the interface of soldered joints”, in the years 2015-2017.
 T. Gancarz, W. Gąsior, H. Henein, Int. J. Thermophys., (2014) 35:1725–1748