I want to try reflow soldering for several projects (small scale). For some of the components (e.g., resistors and ceramic capacitors), the datasheet does give specific information about maximum temperature, and some of them even have a (very detailed) drawing of the recommended reflow temperature profile!
However, not all of them. For example, I have the AD8421 instrumentation amplifier which does not say anything; the Absolute Maximum Ratings section includes the Maximum junction temperature, reported at 150 °C.
I'm not sure what this "maximum junction temperature" means or represents; but it is more than 30 °C lower than the melting point of tin/lead solder, so hopefully it says nothing about the maximum soldering temperature.
As the subject says: I'm just wondering whether I could blindly trust that all (or at least the vast majority of "normal" SOIC chips) will resist the few seconds at 235 °C.
Any comments / advice will be appreciated.