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Coffee Compound Makes Semiconductors More Productive, Too

Researchers at Japan’s National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) say that coffee compounds can increase current flow in semiconductor components by up to 100 times. Specifically, a thin layer of caffeic acid on the surface of the electrode helped significantly improve the current flow through the organic semiconductor device.

The science behind this amazing improvement in current flow is explained as follows. AIST BlogReports on studies conducted at the Tsukuba facility show that the action of caffeic acid on the electrodes causes the molecules on the surface of the component to spontaneously align, reducing resistance to current flow. Therefore, the current flow is multiplied by 100.

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