Impact Assessment of Graphene in Key Sectors

Graphene as a next generation material for industrial and commercial applications

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The Research Service titled "Impact Assessment of Graphene in Key Sectors" enlightens on the current market position of the material-- Graphene. Graphene has been one of the most developing materials in the last few years. According to a Frost & Sullivan analysis, the graphene market is expected to reach around $150 million by 2020. Graphene is currently used in energy, electronics and the composites markets. The research service offers detailed analysis of the market attractiveness as well as current dominance in the above mentioned applications. New markets such as healthcare is also expected to open up by 2018-2019. Monolayer and bilayer graphene, graphene oxide and graphene nanoparticles are expected to be the top adopted forms. Commercialization is a major challenge for graphene but stakeholder initiatives to address the challenges have been studied and profiled.
The Research Service also contains an overview on the Graphene technology, its application Landscape, industry outlook, global adoption trends, impact of graphene in key applications and key patents.

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Executive SummaryResearch ScopeResearch Process and MethodologyKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Graphene: Comparison with NanomaterialsTechnology OverviewTechnology SnapshotForms of Graphene Technology Snapshot Technology SnapshotTechnology Snapshot Technology Snapshot Technology CapabilityApplication LandscapeApplication PotentialEmerging End ApplicationsTechnology Readiness LevelPotential of Graphene in EnergyPotential of Graphene in Energy (continued)Potential of Graphene in ElectronicsPotential of Graphene in Electronics (continued)Potential of Graphene in Composites Potential of Graphene in Composites (continued)Industry OutlookIndustry Value ChainIndustry Value ChainBusiness Accelerators and Their ImpactBusiness Challenges and Their ImpactImpact Mapping of Business Accelerators and ChallengesTechnology Accelerators and Their ImpactTechnology Challenges and Their ImpactImpact Mapping of Technology Accelerators and ChallengesRecent InnovationsRecent InnovationsRecent InnovationsKey Stakeholders – Global SnapshotSWOT of Key CompaniesSWOT of Key CompaniesSWOT of Key CompaniesGlobal Adoption TrendsTechnology AdoptionTechnology Adoption (continued)Global Adoption – Dashboard SummaryGlobal Adoption – Dashboard SummaryGlobal Adoption – Dashboard SummaryFunding ScenarioFunding ScenarioFunding ScenarioPatent Activity Patent ActivityPatent ActivityImpact of Graphene in Key ApplicationsEnd Application NeedsApplication Impact Application ImpactApplication ImpactCommercialization StrategiesCommercialization Strategies (continued) Final RemarksKey PatentsKey PatentsKey Patents (continued)Key Patents (continued)Key ContactsKey ContactsKey Contacts (continued)Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices




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