Turns out coffee also makes semiconductors work faster too


An ingredient that naturally occurs in coffee may be able to make semiconductors run faster according to research (opens in new tab) from the Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) institute in Japan.

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



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