The Famous Millionaire


Chapter 223

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Chapter 223: Chapter 217

Hyunwoo expected the comment would invite lots of stories from foreign fans of Tuti & Angelica. Some of them would send stories out of their wish to publicize the great men of their country and their history, and others would send stories for the copyright fees.

Thinking of such a reaction in the coming days, he smiled in satisfaction.

Several days later a middle-aged man followed Kyungsu into the office of Ani & Funny. Though his staff didn’t know him, Hyunwoo already met him before.

Hyunwoo held out his hand first.

“Welcome! As you came back after experiencing hard times, I hope you can have many good things.”

“Thanks for hiring me,” said James Lee, who returned from America. Bowing to Hyunwoo, he held his hands.

Hyunwoo introduced him to his staff. Though he failed in business, he was widely recognized for his excellent skills in making storyboards.

Scratching his head, James said, “James Lee is my American name, and my original Korean name is Dongbang Lee. You can call me either one, which ever you think is convenient to call.”

Hyunwoo gave him the position of overseeing the marketing team. In that respect, his American name fit his position very well.

Of course, James had no team members despite his position. In fact, the full-time staff of Ani & Funn had the title ‘manager’ without any exception.

“I have great expectations of your role here,” said Hyunwoo.

Hyunwoo wanted to take his hands off the chores of Any & Funny as much as possible. It was his wish that he came to the office three or four times a week, get a brief briefing on the status of the pending business and leave office within a couple of hours.

In order to realize his wish, Hyunwoo needed someone who could sub for him.

He initially expected such a role of Kyungsu and Sanggyu, but they failed to meet Hyunwoo’s expectations.

But Jame Lee would be different. Though he failed in business, he had experiences as the owner of his business.

With a lighthearted mind, Hyunwoo came out of the office.

He didn’t worry about KOVE DREAM and N&C Korea. Unless Jaegyong, Songjung, and Juhwan ran into big trouble, these companies would run very well even for a year without Hyunwoo.

In particular, Songjung was pretty dependable in his mind. When he delegated his power to her, including the hiring decision, she hired good people when the need arose.

Thanks to her hiring, the staff of KOVE DREAM already increased to ten. Except for Yenam and Hwasik, she was responsible for hiring the other eight staff members.

That’s why Hyunwoo came to have a big expectation of James Lee. If James could carry out his role as Hyunwoo expected, he could focus more on Haenim School.

In fact, that was his biggest wish these days.

Hyunwoo visited the school whenever he had free time.

The purpose of his visit was not to manage the school. There was only one thing he was involved in when he visited the school. It was to analyze Taeho’s failure notes.

Today, he headed to the school after coming out of the Ani & Funny office. Then, he held Taeho’s failure diaries.

He already analyzed more than ten failure diaries.

Among them, only one constantly kept coming to his mind. It was the first failure diary that he read on the first day when he moved Taeho’s research material to Haenim School.

When he was reading Taeho’s other failure diaries, he couldn’t concentrate because of that first one.

It recorded Taeho’s failed experiment on organic solar cells.

An organic solar cell is formed of a metal electrode, a photoactive layer, an insertion layer, a transparent electrode, and a substrate.

The most important material among these is the transparent electrode. Currently, ITO is used as an indium oxide electrode as a material. Indium is a rare mineral, and as it is on the verge of exhaustion, it is very expensive.

Therefore, the key to researching organic solar cells is to develop transparent electrode materials to replace indium oxide. Currently, various materials such as carbon nanotubes, metal mesh, graphene, and nanowires have been developed.

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The first experimental note was a transparent electrode development experiment using carbon nanotubes. The biggest disadvantage of carbon nanotubes was that the electrons and holes combine with each other, resulting in low photoelectric efficiency. If this problem was solved, it will be the most economical transparent electrode.

Naturally, many scientists conducted various experiments to solve this problem. A typical method is to selectively transport only one electron or hole by doping boron or nitrogen. This prevents recombination and improves efficiency by 33%.

This is why Taeho focused so much on organic solar cell experiments. When this catalyst was made perfect, it will be the world’s most efficient organic solar cell.

Most of the failure diaries were related to the experiment on the catalyst.

Taeho failed every time. Though he succeeded in raising its efficiency, it didn’t solve other problems.

The problem noted in this experimental note covered more than that of organic solar cells. If solar power was generated, carbon nanotubes shrunk more than 5%, which caused the solar cell to be greatly distorted.

Taeho wrote down an analysis of the cause, but as it was filled with too many technical terms, Hyunwoo could not understand.

At that moment, Taeho was seen coming out of his research room.

With a glad expression, Hyunwoo approached him.

“Looks like you hit upon a good idea, didn’t you?” asked Hyunwoo.

“Not yet, hahaha.”

And then Hyunwoo asked Taeho some questions, showing him his failure diary.

He asked why the carbon nanotubes were deformed.

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“I really can’t understand because of the technical terms.”


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