What is Tantalum Capacitor?
Tantalum Capacitor Construction
Tantalum is a metal, whose name is derived from Tantalus, an antihero from Greek mythology.
Generally, surface mount tantalum capacitors are constructed by forming electrodes at both ends of the tantalum element using a lead frame, then sealing the structure with mold resin.
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