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Graphene is an allotrope of carbon ‘C’ atoms packed in honeycomb structure which enables graphene to provide thermal and electrical properties that traditional components lack.  Conductivity of graphene is the significant factor which expected to improve the market growth in near future. It is lightweight in nature and which is widely used in various sectors including aerospace, electronics, and automotive.

Increase in interest on educational institutes and research associations in terms of research activities as well as investments are the driving factors which are expected to boost the global grapheme electronics market. Furthermore, increase in support from ecosystems of other materials will have the positive impact on market growth. Moreover, rise in demand for diverse technologies like green technology, smart electricity etc will propel the market growth. Also, increase in adoption of display and touch applications are expected to drive the market growth.

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However, high costs as well as lack of required infrastructure are the restraining factors which are expected to hamper the global grapheme electronics market growth. Also, high level of new entrants will affect the market growth.

Market Key Players

Various key players are discussed in this report such as AMG Advanced Metallurgical Group N.V., Applied Graphene Materials Plc,  Grafoid Inc., Graftech International Holdings Inc., Graphene Frontiers LLC, Graphene Laboratories Inc., Graphene Square, Inc., Graphenea SA, and Haydale

Market Taxonomy

By Device Type

  • Graphene transistors
  • Graphene Sensors
  • Graphene Chips and ICs
  • Graphene Supercapacitors

By Application

  • Consumer Electronics
  • Data Storage
  • Solar Power Generation

By Region

  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Europe
  • Asia Pacific
  • Middle East & Africa

 

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