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I got some UA733CN ICs.
datesheet:  http://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/82324/TI/UA733CN.html
what are some applications I could use this IC with my arduino in any way?
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First you obtain an IC, then you try to think of a use for it?  I like the way you think!
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About the only thing you could potentially use this chip for on an Arduino might be for some kind of twisted-pair communications system for a high-speed and/or long-distance serial link (maybe, somehow); you'd likely need much more than just this chip to do so, though (and a bunch of test equipment, and a lot of knowledge about analog RF signaling/comms via twisted pair).
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First you obtain an IC, then you try to think of a use for it?  I like the way you think!

not exactly I got a large box from electronic goldmine with random IC's. I got 13 IC's for 1$
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