Global Graphene Market, Forecast to 2025

Evaluating Contextual Market Potential Critical for Maximising Growth in Supercapacitor, Battery, Water Filtration, DNA Sequencing, Composite Strength

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The potential applications and growth potential for graphene are often described as limitless. However, this is practically untrue. This study takes a realistic approach to understanding the applications of graphene and how graphene can be compared to the more mature as well as more nascent technologies. A more accurate forecast is possible by including a competitive technology analysis in the model. The primary focus of this study is to provide CEOs, managers, innovators, and investors with more information on which market segments are the most promising and profitable for graphene. Time, money, and research efforts should be directed towards these particular applications to expedite the growth of the graphene

Table of Contents

Global Graphene Market, Forecast to 2025Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Questions to be AnsweredKey Questions this Study will AnswerIntroduction to Graphene—Why is There So Much Excitement?Graphene—An IntroductionWhy the ExcitementGraphene—Immediate ImpactGraphene IndustryGraphene Production and Supply IndustriesGraphene Production—Reduced Graphene OxideGraphene Production—Synthetic GrapheneGraphene Production ComparisonGraphene ProducersGraphene Producer HighlightsGraphene Production OutlookMarket Context and Overview—A Quick History of Wonder MaterialsSeveral Wonder Materials Several Wonder Materials (continued) Wonder Material Market—Positive and Negative Growth InfluencersUniqueness of GrapheneGraphene vs. Other Advanced Materials in Various Applications—A ComparisonUnique Properties of Graphene—Large ApplicationsUnique Properties of Graphene—Strong, Light CompositesComparison with Other Advanced MaterialsUnique Properties of Graphene—Biomedical SensorsComparison with Other Advanced MaterialsUnique Properties of Graphene—FiltersComparison with Other Advanced MaterialsUnique Properties of Graphene—DNA SequencingUnique Properties of Graphene—Transparent ElectrodesComparison with Other Advanced MaterialsUnique Properties of Graphene—Energy StorageComparison with Other Advanced MaterialsUnique Properties of Graphene—TransistorsComparison with Other Advanced MaterialsProduct/Service Life Cycle AnalysisMarket Penetration—Limitations and ObstaclesHigh Cost of High-quality GrapheneFragmented MarketProcessing LimitationsCompetition from Other Advanced MaterialsMarket DriversMarket RestraintsImpact Mapping of Drivers and RestraintsCompanies Commercialising Near-term Graphene ApplicationsGraphene Aerogels and Foams—LightweightingGraphene Audio DriversGraphene Filter MembranesGraphene for 3D Printed ElectronicsGraphene-based BiosensorsGraphene for Energy StorageAnalogous Markets to WatchCarbon NanotubesInorganic 2D MaterialsHow Graphene Compares in the MarketGraphene Market—Current State and ForecastNascent State of the Graphene MarketSubpar Stock Performance for Graphene ProducersGrowth of the Graphene MarketGrowth of the Graphene Market (continued)Revenue ForecastPercent Revenue by SegmentGrowth Opportunities and Companies to ActionTransformation in the Graphene Industry Ecosystem—2017Growth Opportunity 1—Lighter, Smaller Energy StorageGrowth Opportunity 2—Ultra-lightweight CompositesCompetitive Forces for Graphene CompaniesProperty to Application SummaryProperty to Application Summary (continued)Property to Application Summary (continued)Application ComparisonStrategic Imperatives for Growth—Graphene MarketThe Last WordThe Last Word—Future of GrapheneThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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