I've been looking at these tantalum caps for a coin cell operated BLE device, but I'm a little confused by specified leakage current. The datasheet lists the leakage current at <= 0.003CV uA. With a 470uA cap at 6.0V, my calculated leakage current is 0.003 * 0.000470 * 6.0, which is 0.00000846. The datasheet says that current is in uA.
Is the leakage current really 0.00000846uA? Or is the C (capacitive) value in the equation supposed to be in uF, not F? That would make more sense if the leakage current was 8.46uA, although that seems high for a "low leakage" cap.
And yes, I am well aware of the potential dangers of tantalums. Operating voltage is going to be in the 3.0V - 2.0V range. We have a few other (highly experienced) EEs working on this project, and I'm trying to get up the learning curve on some aspects of datasheet specs.