How can I attach a Molex flat cable to an arduino?

I have a chip that attaches via a small flat Molex cable 10 conductor 0.5mm pitch and I woud like to connect it to my Arduino

The cable is a Molex 152660095

Manufacturer: Molex
Product Category: FFC / FPC Jumper Cables
RoHS: Details
Number of Conductors: 10 Conductor
Pitch: 0.5 mm
Cable Length: 30 mm
Current Rating: 500 mA
Voltage Rating: 60 VAC
Contact Location: Same Side Contacts
Packaging: Bulk
Contact Plating: Tin
Jacket Material: Polyester
Series: 15266
Brand: Molex
Contact Material: Copper
Maximum Operating Temperature: + 105 C
Minimum Operating Temperature: - 40 C
Product Type: FFC / FPC Jumper Cables
Factory Pack Quantity: 1000
Subcategory: Cable
Tradename: Premo-Flex
Part # Aliases: 0152660095 152660095
Unit Weight: 0.003951 oz

I can get a connector for it such as Molex 527451033 but how would I be able to bresk out the .5mm pitch lines to something thwt I could attach to sn Arduino breadboard???

Use IDC or Dupont connectors.

I haven't seen any IDC that weren't 2x wide, but you can crimp Dupont connectors in any length you want.

With something like this : eBay link

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