The market for graphene has grown hugely in the past decade, with numerous products now on the market and more to come as graphene producers record steadily increasing revenues and OEMs witnessing significant returns in clothing, sportswear, footwear, tires, batteries etc. The market for graphene in batteries is witnessing large-scale investments.
Graphene is attracting increasing attention from investors, researchers and industrial players due to exceptional mechanical, electronic, and thermal properties. Graphene is available in multi-ton quantities from many producers and has been identified by many industry sectors as a key materials that will drive future product development in flexible electronics, smart textiles, biosensors, drug delivery, water filtration, supercapacitors and more.
The Global Market for Graphene and 2D Materials 2023-2033 is the most comprehensive and up-to date report on graphene and 2D materials currently available, from the world's leading market authority on graphene and publisher of Graphene Magazine. Profiling over 350 companies, the report provides key information for investors and executives to enable them to understand and take advantage of the opportunities provided by graphene and 2D materials.
The Global Market for Graphene and 2D Materials 2023-2033 contains:
Assessment of graphene by market including applications, key benefits, market megatrends, market drivers for graphene, technology drawbacks, competing materials, potential consumption of graphene to 2033 and main players.
Assessment of graphene materials (CVD graphene, graphene nano platelets, graphene oxide, etc), intermediate products (graphene masterbatches, dispersions, etc) and final products with graphene embedded (e.g. headphones, tennis racquets, etc). Tabular data on current graphene products.
Graphical depictions of graphene applications by market.
In depth-assessment of graphene producer and distributor pricing in 2021.
Global market for graphene in tons, by sector, historical and forecast to 2033. Global graphene market size split by market in 2021 and for each application to 2033.
Full list of technology collaborations, strategic partnerships, and M&As in the global graphene market including collaboration dates.
In-depth profiles of more than 362 graphene producers and application/product developers including products, production capacities, manufacturing methods, collaborations, licensing, customers and target markets. Companies profiled include Directa Plus, Global Graphene Group, Anaphite Limited, Saint Jean Carbon, Huvis, SafeLi LLC, Grapheal, Graphex Group Ltd, Versarien, Talga Resources, Archer Materials, Haydale Graphene, Paragraf, Graphenea and many more.
List of ex-graphene producers.
Detailed forecasts for key growth areas, opportunities and demand.
Market overview of industry developments in 2020-22.
Unique market assessment tools to assess the viability of graphene, by market, and application.
Market assessment of other 2D materials.
Analysis of 2D materials market including Boron Nitride nanotubes (BNNTs), hexagonal boron-nitride (BNNS), transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDC), Mxenes, Borophene, Phosphorene, Graphitic carbon nitride, Germanene, Graphyne, graphane, Rhenium disulfide (ReS2) and diselenide (ReSe2), silicene, Stanene/tinene, Tungsten diselenide, Antimonene, diamene and indium selenide.
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Figure 18. Schematic of (a) CQDs and (c) GQDs. HRTEM images of (b) C-dots and (d) GQDs showing combination of zigzag and armchair edges (positions marked as 1–4). 83
Figure 19. Graphene quantum dots. 86
Figure 20. Top-down and bottom-up graphene QD synthesis methods. 87
Figure 21. Revenues for graphene quantum dots 2019-2033, millions USD 95
Figure 22. Fabrication methods of graphene. 99
Figure 23. TEM micrographs of: A) HR-CNFs; B) GANF® HR-CNF, it can be observed its high graphitic structure; C) Unraveled ribbon from the HR-CNF; D) Detail of the ribbon; E) Scheme of the structure of the HR-CNFs; F) Large single graphene oxide sheets derived from GANF. 100
Figure 24. (a) Graphene powder production line The Sixth Element Materials Technology Co. Ltd. (b) Graphene film production line of Wuxi Graphene Films Co. Ltd. 101
Figure 25. Schematic illustration of the main graphene production methods. 102
Figure 26. Published patent publications for graphene, 2004-2021. 112
Figure 27. Demand for graphene, 2018-2033, tons. 114
Figure 28. CVD Graphene on Cu Foil. 124
Figure 29. Applications of graphene in 3D printing. 136
Figure 30. Demand for graphene in 3-D printing (tons), 2018-2033. 137
Figure 31. CNCTArch lightweight mounting for digital signalling. 138
Figure 32. Applications of graphene in adhesives. 144
Figure 33. Demand for graphene in adhesives (tons), 2018-2033. 145
Figure 34. Graphene Adhesives. 146
Figure 35. Applications of graphene in aerospace. 151
Figure 36: Demand for graphene in aerospace (tons), 2018-2033. 152
Figure 69. Textiles covered in conductive graphene ink. 207
Figure 70. Comparison of nanofillers with supplementary cementitious materials and aggregates in concrete. 210
Figure 71. Demand for graphene in construction (tons), 2018-2033. 215
Figure 72. Graphene asphalt additives. 216
Figure 73. OG (Original Graphene) Concrete Admix Plus. 216
Figure 74. Demand for graphene in wearable, flexible and stretchable electronics, 2018-2033. 223
Figure 75. Moxi flexible film developed for smartphone application. 224
Figure 76. Applications of graphene in transistors and integrated circuits. 229
Figure 77. Demand for graphene in transistors and integrated circuits, 2018-2033. 230
Figure 78. Graphene IC in wafer tester. 231
Figure 79. Schematic cross-section of a graphene based transistor (GBT, left) and a graphene field-effect transistor (GFET, right). 231
Figure 80. Demand for graphene in memory devices, 2018-2033. 235
Figure 81. Layered structure of tantalum oxide, multilayer graphene and platinum used for resistive random-access memory (RRAM). 236
Figure 82. Applications of graphene in filtration. 242
Figure 83. Demand for graphene in filtration (tons), 2018-2033. 243
Figure 84. Graphene anti-smog mask. 244
Figure 85. Graphene filtration membrane. 245
Figure 86. Graphene water filer cartridge. 245
Figure 87. Applications of graphene in fuel cells. 251
Figure 88. Demand for graphene in fuel cells (tons), 2018-2033. 252
Figure 89. Graphene-based E-skin patch. 254
Figure 90. Flexible and transparent bracelet that uses graphene to measure heart rate, respiration rate etc. 259
Figure 91. Applications of graphene in life sciences and medicine 264
Figure 92. Demand for graphene in life sciences and medical (tons), 2018-2033. 265
Figure 93. Graphene medical biosensors for wound healing. 267
Figure 94. Graphene Frontiers’ Six™ chemical sensors consists of a field effect transistor (FET) with a graphene channel. Receptor molecules, such as DNA, are attached directly to the graphene channel. 267
Figure 95. GraphWear wearable sweat sensor. 268
Figure 96. BioStamp nPoint. 269
Figure 97. Applications of graphene in lighting. 273
Figure 98. Demand for graphene in lighting, 2018-2033. 274
Figure 99. Graphene LED bulbs. 275
Figure 100. Applications of graphene in lubricants. 280
Figure 101. Demand for graphene in lubricants (tons), 2018-2033. 281
Figure 102. Tricolit spray coating. 282
Figure 103. Graphenoil products. 282
Figure 104. Applications of graphene in oil and gas. 287
Figure 105. Demand for graphene in oil and gas (tons), 2018-2033. 288
Figure 106. Directa Plus Grafysorber. 289
Figure 107. Applications of graphene in paints and coatings. 294
Figure 108. Demand for graphene in paints and coatings (tons), 2018-2033. 295
Figure 109. Cryorig CPU cooling system with graphene coating. 296
Figure 110. Four layers of graphene oxide coatings on polycarbonate. 297
Figure 111. 23303 ZINCTON GNC graphene paint. 298
Figure 112. Graphene-enhanced anti-corrosion aerosols under their Hycote brand. 298
Figure 113. Scania Truck head lamp brackets ACT chamber 6 weeks, equivalent to 3y field use. Piece treated with GO to the left together with different non-GO coatings. 299
Figure 114. Schematic of graphene heat film. 300
Figure 115. Applications of graphene in photonics. 305
Figure 116. Demand for graphene in photonics, 2018-2033. 306
Figure 117. All-graphene optical communication link demonstrator operating at a data rate of 25 Gb/s per channel. 307
Figure 118. Applications of graphene in photovoltaics. 312
Figure 119. Demand for graphene in photovoltaics (tons), 2018-2033. 313
Figure 120. Graphene coated glass. 314
Figure 121. Applications of graphene in rubber and tires. 319
Figure 122. Demand for graphene in rubber and tires (tons), 2018-2033. 320
Figure 123. Eagle F1 graphene tire. 321
Figure 124. Graphene floor mats. 322
Figure 125. Vittoria Corsa G+ tire. 322
Figure 126. Graphene-based sensors for health monitoring. 324
Figure 127. Applications of graphene in sensors. 329
Figure 128. Demand for graphene in sensors (tons), 2018-2033. 330
Figure 129. AGILE R100 system. 331
Figure 130. Graphene fully packaged linear array detector. 332
Figure 131. GFET sensors. 332
Figure 132. Graphene is used to increase sensitivity to middle-infrared light. 334
Figure 133. Applications of graphene in smart textiles and apparel. 340
Figure 134. Demand for graphene in textiles (tons), 2018-2033. 341
Figure 135. 878 Project One jacket display. 342
Figure 136. Colmar graphene ski jacket. 343
Figure 137. Graphene dress. The dress changes colour in sync with the wearer’s breathing. 343