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[FAQ] Why do the leadframes look strongly oxidized or corroded?
Part Number: TL082
Hi, everyone.this is Summer from Union Components .
recently ,I got a TI part TL082CP,but the leadframes looks like oxidized. like the picture below.
So I find another reliable supplier to take this part, their parts doesn't looked like oxidized.pls check the picture below,
They are both DC 18+,so I am confused, does it means some parts are using non-rough leadframes and some are rough leadframes?
and there are some differiences on the top of marks (the typeface ,and the typesetting...)
anyone knows why ? do you encounter the same confusing ?
pls kindly let me know. thanks a lot.
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