Industrial and Commercial Applications of Graphene

  • ID: 4722023
  • Report
  • 15 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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This edition of Future Tech TOE covers industrial and commercial applications of graphene. It gives an overview of the different ways to synthesize graphene and the different forms and properties of graphene. It also covers the different application areas of graphene, innovations, and requirements for the key application sectors. The TOE also includes trends in different regions such as Europe, North America, and Asia Pacific. This issue also includes IP trends analysis and a technology roadmap.

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1. Technology Snapshot

  • Graphene is One of the Strongest yet Lightest Materials Known
  • Graphene Can be Synthesized in a Number of Ways

2. Technology Development and Adoption Trends

  • The US is Active in Technology Adoption and Commercialization
  • UK, France, and Germany Are Key Countries in Europe to Focus on Technology Development and Adoption
  • China and South Korea are Leading in Research Initiatives in APAC Region
  • China Accounts for Around 60% of IP Filing on Graphene

3. Application Landscape

  • Electronics, Sensors, Composites, and Filtration are the Key Application Sectors in Focus
  • Graphene is Expected to Aid in the Development of Durable and Lightweight Batteries
  • Innovations Focused on Enhancing Energy Storage Capacity and Shortening Charging Time
  • High Strength and Barrier Properties of Graphene Increase its Potential Use as Membranes
  • Innovations are Targeted Toward Membranes for Desalination, Water Purification, and Filtration
  • Large Surface Area of Graphene is One of the Key Factors Influencing Adoption in Sensor Applications
  • Innovations in Graphene-based Sensors are Still in the Early Stages of Development
  • Graphene-based Composites Impart both Lightweighting and the Requisite Mechanical Strength
  • Innovations Focused on Graphene-based Composites are Mainly Targeted Toward the Automotive Industry
  • Graphene is Used as an Additive in Various Coatings
  • Innovations in Graphene-based Coatings Mainly Targeted Toward Corrosion Protection
  • Use of Graphene in Lubricants and Sealants Still at a Nascent Stage
  • Innovations in Graphene-based Lubricants Still in the Early Stages of Development

4. Analyst Viewpoint

  • Future Outlook of Graphene Adoption across Industries

5. Key Contacts

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