It turns out that coffee also accelerates the operation of semiconductors

An ingredient naturally found in coffee could make semiconductors work faster tests (opens in a new tab) from the Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Japan.

The researchers formed a thin layer of caffeic acid on a gold electrode in an organic semiconductor in a process known as vacuum deposition.

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