In this paper, we revisit some nonoverlapping domain decomposition methods for solving diffusion problems with discontinuous coefficients. We discover some interesting phenomena, that is, the Dirichlet-Neumann algorithm and Robin-Robin algorithms may make full use of the ratio of coefficients in some special cases. Detailedly, in the case of two subdomains, we find that their convergence rates are $\mathcal{O}(ν_1/ν_2)$ if $ν_1 < ν_2,$ where $ν_1, \ ν_2$ are coefficients of two subdomains. Moreover, in the case of many subdomains with red-black partition, the condition number bounds of Dirichlet-Neumann algorithm and Robin-Robin algorithm are $1+\epsilon(1+{\rm log}(H/h))^2$ and $C+\epsilon(1+ {\rm log}(H/h))^2,$ respectively, where $\epsilon$ equals ${\rm min}\{ν_R/ν_B,ν_B/ν_R\}$ and $ν_R,ν_B$ are the coefficients of red and black domains. By contrast, Neumann-Neumann algorithm and Dirichlet-Dirichlet algorithm could not obtain such good convergence results in these cases. Finally, numerical experiments are preformed to confirm our findings.