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Semiconductor device and plural semiconductor elements with suppressed bending

Image Number 15 for United States Patent #8198728.

A semiconductor device includes a supporting base whereupon an electrode terminal is placed; an intermediate member mounted on said supporting base; a semiconductor element, a portion thereof being supported with said intermediate member, and placed on said supporting base; and a convex-shaped member which corresponds to the electrode terminal of said semiconductor element and placed on said supporting base or said intermediate member; wherein the electrode terminal of said semiconductor element and the electrode terminal of said supporting base are connected with a bonding wire.

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