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Graphene Markets, Technologies and Opportunities 2013 - 2018 Graphene, the 'wonder' material, is a hot topic. It promises to offer excellent properties in many applications, including RFID, smart packaging, supercapacitors and sensors. The reality however is different and this report diligently separates hype from fact. It analysis different graphene types and manufacturing techniques. It assesses graphene's value proposition per target market and compares it with incumbent/rival materials. It provides detailed market forecast and interviews/profiles of key players. Graphene is a hot topic. It promises to offer the best possible material properties in almost all applications. Its extraordinary performance has led many to call it the 'superlative' or 'wonder' material. The reality however is different and this report diligently separates hype from reality using our detailed understanding of the graphene technology and industry. IDTechEx forecasts that 100 million dollars of graphene will be sold in 2018 into a range of applications, including RFID, smart packaging, super capacitors, composites, ITO replacement, sensors, logic and memory, etc. For each market segment, the forecasts are provided by both value and mass. The forecast models are based on (a) our detailed market knowledge at application level, (b) our critical assessment of graphene's value proposition per target market, and (c) existing and projected commercial activity at company level. Our knowledge base was built up by interviews relevant players across the industry and tracking and interpreting the latest around the globe. IDTechEx finds that there is no single graphene, but they are different types of graphene. Each type has a different a microstructure, layer number, oxygen content, etc. And each type offers a different set of properties therefore targeting a different set of markets. Graphene can be manufactured using a variety of techniques. IDTechEx critically assesses the potential volume production capability, cost structure, and graphene quality for each technique. Here, we evaluate mechanical micro-cleavage, chemical vapour deposition, liquid-phase exfoliation, oxidisation-reduction and various plasma approaches. The value proposition of each type of graphene for each target market is critically assessed. Beyond R&D, the markets examined include high-performance composites, smart packaging, RFID, energy storage including supercapacitors and lithium ion batteries, sensors, touch screens and other ITO replacement opportunities, etc. For each application, the state of technology development and approximate market development time scale is determined. For each market segment, the main go-to-market strategies are presented and analysed. Where appropriate, the incumbent and emerging rival materials are identified and examined. These materials include carbon black, carbon fibre, graphite, carbon nanotubes, silver nanowires, ITO, silver flakes, copper nanoparticles, aluminium, silicon, GaAs, ZnO, etc. In many cases, graphene-enabled performance premiums, which give space for premium pricing, are evaluated. In our assessment, a critical link between the manufacturing technique, graphene quality, and accessible potential target markets is established. This way, companies can be sorted by their size and maturity of potential addressable target markets. Detailed company profiles are provided. In many cases, the profiles are compiled using direct interviews with decision-makers within the companies. For each company, detailed insight is given into their state of the technology, target markets, assets and business strategy. Using our insight, an overall picture of the emerging graphene industry, from an investment and revenue prospective, is constructed. Who should buy this report? Players active in: Commercialising graphene and carbon nanotubes Providing materials that graphene will Graphene Markets, Technologies and Opportunities 2013 - 2018 rival including silver nanowires, silver nanoparticles, ITO, carbon black, carbon fibre, etc Assessing the use of graphene as additive in composites and epoxies Developing transparent conductors and alternatives to ITO. Feeding into the graphene supply chain including graphite miners Producing and using conductive inks, particularly for smart packaging applications Assessing options for RFID inks Providing energy storage solutions including batteries and supercapacitors Developing transistors including printed ones Investing in emerging technologies table Of Content 1. Executive Summary 1.1. Ideal Graphene Vis-à-vis Reality 1.2. Attributes Of Graphene Manufacturing Techniques 1.3. The State Of The Industry And Best Way Going Forward 1.4. Markets Overview And Forecasts 2. Graphene - The Wonder Material? 2.1. What Is Graphene? 2.2. Why Is Graphene So Great? 3. There Are Many Types Of Graphene 4. Cost-effective And Scalable Manufacturing Technique Is The Holy Grail 5. The State Of Investment, Production And Revenue In The Graphene Market 6. Moving Up The Value Chain Is Critical 6.1. Who Will Be The Winner In The Graphene Space? 7. The Ip Activity Is Moving From The Manufacturing Side To Cover End Uses 8. Reduced Graphene Oxide 8.1. Manufacturing Details- Process, Material Set, Scalability, Cost, Quality, Etc 8.2. Reduction Methods 8.3. Assessment And Market View 8.4. Companies Graphene Markets, Technologies and Opportunities 2013 - 2018 8.5. Pros And Cons 9. Chemical Vapour Deposition 9.1. Manufacturing Details- Process, Material Set, Scalability, Cost, Quality, Etc 9.2. Transfer 9.3. Assessment And Market View 9.4. Companies 9.5. Pros And Cons 10. Liquid Phase Exfoliation 10.1. Manufacturing Details- Process, Material Set, Scalability, Cost, Quality, Etc 10.2. Assessment And Market View 10.3. Companies 10.4. Pros And Cons 11. Plasma 11.1. Manufacturing Details- Process, Material Set, Scalability, Cost, Quality, Etc 11.1.1. Plasma Approach I 11.1.2. Plasma Approach Ii 11.2. Assessment And Market View 11.3. Companies 11.4. Pros And Cons 12. A General Market Overview 12.1. Graphene Markets- Target Markets, Go-to-market Strategy, The Interplay Between Manufacturing Technique And Application, Etc 12.2. Assessment For Graphene Target Markets 12.3. Application/product Development Lifecycle Per Market Segment 13. Graphene Functional Inks- What Is Their Market Position? 13.1. Which Applications/market Segments Will Benefit? 13.2. Assessment 13.3. Conclusion 14. Graphene- Does It Have A Future As An Active Channel In Transistors? 14.1. Graphene- Are They Good For Transistors? 14.1.1. Digital Applications Graphene Markets, Technologies and Opportunities 2013 - 2018 14.1.2. Analogue/rf Electronics 14.1.3. Large Area Electronics- A Comparison With Other Thin Film Transistor Technologies 14.2. Conclusions 15. Graphene In Polymeric Composites- The Largest Near-term Opportunity For Graphene 15.1. Graphene/polymeric Composites 15.2. Is There An Added Value Or Performance Enhancement? 15.3. Which Applications/market Segments Will Benefit? 15.4. Our Assessment 15.5. Conclusions 16. Graphene - Has It Potential In Lithium-ion Or Rechargeable Lithium Metal Batteries? 16.1. Is There An Added Value Or Performance Enhancement? 16.2. Does Graphene Add Value Or Improve Performance When Added To Epoxy, Polyester, Pva, Pani, Polycarbonates, Pet, Pvda, Pdms, Rubber, Etc 17. Graphene- A Winner Replacement For Ito? 17.1. What Markets Require A Transparent Conductor? 17.2. Why Is Ito Dominant And Why Replace It? 17.3. Is Ito The Only Doped Metal Oxide Used In The Industry? 17.4. Is Graphene The Only Material Trying To Replace Ito? 17.5. Is There An Added Value Or Performance Enhancement? 17.6. Graphene Does Offer Flexibility- Is That Good Enough? 17.7. How Does Graphene Compare Against Other Transparent Conductors? 17.8. Assessment 17.9. Conclusions 18. Graphene - Does It Deliver Value In Supercapacitor? 18.1. Supercapacitors- Technology And Markets 18.2. Is There An Added Value Or Performance Enhancement? 18.3. Assessment 18.4. Conclusions 19. Graphene Functional Inks In Rfid Tags 19.1. The Big Picture - Number Of Tags, Classifications, Price Tags 19.2. What Are The Material Options For Rfid Tags And How Do They Compare? 19.3. Does Graphene Deliver A Value In This Crowded Market? 19.4. Market Shares Graphene Markets, Technologies and Opportunities 2013 - 2018 20. Summary - Forecasts And Assessment 20.1. Forecast Per Sector By Mass, Market Share And Value 20.1.1. Smart Packaging 20.1.2. Ito Replacement 20.1.3. Rfid 20.1.4. R&d 20.1.5. High-strength Composite 20.1.6. Supercapacitors 21. Company Interviews 21.1. Cheaptubes 21.2. Durham Graphene Science 21.3. Grafen 21.4. Graphenea 21.5. Graphene Frontiers 21.6. Graphene Industries 21.7. Graphene Laboratory 21.8. Graphene Square 21.9. Graphene Technologies 21.10. Haydale 21.11. Incubation Alliance 21.12. Nanoinnova 21.13. University Of Cambridge 21.14. University Of Exeter 21.15. Vorbeck 21.16. Xg Sciences 21.17. Xolve 22. Company Profiles 22.1. Amo Gmbh, Germany 22.3. Basf, Germany 22.4. Carben Semicon Ltd, Russia 22.5. Carbon Solutions, Inc., Usa 22.6. Catalyx Nanotech Inc. (cni), Usa 22.7. Georgia Tech Research Institute (gtri), Usa 22.8. Grafoid, Canada 22.9. Granph Nanotech, Spain 22.10. Graphene Energy Inc., Usa 22.11. Graphensic, Sweden Graphene Markets, Technologies and Opportunities 2013 - 2018 22.12. Harbin Mulan, China 22.13. Hdplas 22.14. Hrl Laboratories, Usa 22.15. Ibm, Usa 22.16. Massachusetts Institute Of Technology (mit), Usa 22.17. Max Planck Institute For Solid State Research, Germany 22.18. Nanostructured & Amorphous Materials, Inc., Usa 22.19. Pennsylvania State University, Usa 22.20. Quantum Materials Corp, India 22.21. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (rpi), Usa 22.22. Rice University, Usa 22.23. Rutgers - The State University Of New Jersey, Usa 22.24. Samsung Electronics, Korea 22.25. Sungkyunkwan University Advanced Institute Of Nano Technology (saint), Korea 22.26. University Of California Los Angeles (ucla), Usa 22.27. University Of Manchester, Uk 22.28. University Of Princeton, Usa 22.29. University Of Southern California (usc), Usa 22.30. University Of Texas At Austin, Usa 22.31. University Of Wisconsin-madison, Usa appendix: Idtechex Publications And Consultancy ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market research reports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with our huge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across all industry verticals and markets. 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