Caffeine Molecule

Caffeine Molecule

Caffeine is found in the leaves and beans of the coffee plant, in tea, yerba mate, and guarana berries, and in small quantities in cocoa, the kola nut and the Yaupon Holly. Overall, caffeine is found in the beans, leaves, and fruit of over 60 plants. It is an interesting molecule chemically because it is made up of a 5-membered ring and a 6-membered ring. Assembly is easy.
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Recommended print settings

Print profile: Fine
Initial platform: None
Print supports: Off
Advanced settings: Default
  • Total print time 28 hours
  • Total filament 34 m
  • Additional non-printable components
  • Printed all at once