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Carbon Nanotubes (CNT): Market Shares, Market Strategies and Market Forecasts, 2021 to 2027

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Carbon Nanotubes (CNT): Market Shares, Market Strategies and Market Forecasts, 2021 to 2027
Published: June 16, 2021
WinterGreen Research, Inc.
Content info: 462 Pages; 218 Tables & Figures
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
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Carbon nanotubes (CNT) represent a $3.3 billion market in 2021, with strong growth coming in the next five years and afterward. Buy our study to see the forecast. CNTs are at the cusp of achieving huge market breakthroughs.

75 companies have products that work, measurable market share. Until now, carbon nanotubes have been difficult to replicate, expensive to generate, and kind of elusive. The markets have started to grow, reaching $3.3 billion. This is jut the beginning of a revolution in materials science, in chemistry.

Carbon nanotubes (CNT) remain one of the most unique and usable macromolecules ever discovered by science. Factors relating to nanotube synthesis relate to how fast the nanotubes can be grown, how many can be made at any one time, how much the process to be used will cost, and, and how few structural defects will be present in the new carbon nanotubes. Carcinogenic issues are there to be solved.

CNT mechanical tensile strength is 400 times that of steel; the CNT modules are very lightweight. CNTs have ultra-high-strength, materials that possess highly conductive electrical and thermal properties. They are highly chemically stable and resist virtually any chemical impact. They are extremely resistant to corrosion. The market research study provides insight into market driving forces, assessment of market opportunities, market share analysis, and market forecasts.

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Table of Contents

Carbon Nanotubes

Carbon Nanotubes Executive Summary

  • Carbon Nanotubes Disruptive Technology
    • Strong Carbon Nanotube Fibers Made at Rice University
    • Upcycling
    • EPA
    • CNT Toxicity
    • Carbon Nanotubes Market Forecasts

1. Carbon Nanotubes Market Description and Market Dynamics

  • 1.1. Carbon Nanotubes Market Description
  • 1.2. CNT Nanoscale Materials
    • 1.2.1. Carbon Nanotube Synthesis
  • 1.3. CNT Nanotube Description

2. Carbon Nanotubes Market Leaders and Forecasts

  • 2.1. Carbon Nanotubes Market Driving Forces
  • 2.2. Carbon Nanotubes Market Shares
  • 2.3. Carbon Nanotubes Market Forecasts
  • 2.4. Carbon Nanotubes Manufacturing Capacity
  • 2.5. Carbon Nanotubes Market Segments
    • 2.5.1. CNT for Lithium Batteries
    • 2.5.2. Tuball Si-Anodes: Silicon Expansion During Battery Charging and Discharging
    • 2.5.3. High-Performance Graphene Nanotube Batteries for EVs
    • 2.5.4. Lithium-Ion EV Market
    • 2.5.5. UQ Technology Powers Up Greener Alternative to Lithium Ion in Brisbane Manufacturing Deal
    • 2.5.6. Energy Storage
    • 2.5.7. Adhesives and Coatings
    • 2.5.8. Carbon Nanotube Conductive Plastics
    • 2.5.9. Asphalt, Concrete, and Tires
    • 2.5.10. Rubber
    • 2.5.11. Selected CNT Applications
    • 2.5.12. Carbon Nanotubes Segment Market Forecasts
  • 2.6. Carbon Nanotubes Prices
  • 2.7. Regional Analysis
    • 2.7.1. US
    • 2.7.2. China

3. Carbon Nanotubes Market Analysis

  • 3.1. Carbon Nanotubes CNT Associations and Standards Organizations
    • 3.1.1. NIST
    • 3.1.2. Carbon Nanotube Directory: nano.nature.com
    • 3.1.3. Graphene Council
  • 3.2. Some of the Things We Know That Work for Making CNT
    • 3.2.1. Raymor Nanotech Plasma-Grown SWCNTs
    • 3.2.2. NanoIntegris Makes Semiconducting Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes
    • 3.2.3. Universal Matter
    • 3.2.4. COSiAl / Tuball
  • 3.3. Synthesis Methods / CCVD
  • 3.4. Selected Patents
    • 3.4.1. IBM owns US Patent No. 5,424,054, an Important Patent
    • 3.4.2. Oxford University CNT System Configuration Microwave-Initiated Catalytic Deconstruction of Plastic Waste into Hydrogen and High-Value Carbons
    • 3.4.3. CNT for Porous Interlayers for Sulfur Cathode for Lithium Sulfur Batteries
  • 3.5. EPA Regulations
    • 3.5.1. CNano Is on EPA List of Manufacturers Approved to Supply MWNTs
  • 3.6. CNT Changing How the World Uses Oil
  • 3.7. Plasma Source for Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes
    • 3.7.1. PPPL Model Showing Factors for Nanotube Formation
    • 3.7.2. Formation Of Hot Spots on One of The Electrical Components

4. Carbon Nanotube Commercialization

  • 4.1. Methods Of Nanotube Synthesis
    • 4.1.1. Laser Ablation Method
    • 4.1.2. Chemical Vapor Disposition Method
    • 4.1.3. Arc Discharge
  • 4.2. Types of Techniques Developed to Produce Carbon Nanotubes
  • 4.3. Commercialization of Carbon Nanotubes
  • 4.4. Material of CNT
    • 4.4.1. Raymor Uses as a CNT Material, Purified and Highly-Scalable
    • 4.4.2. NanoIntegris Density Gradient Ultracentrifugation (DGU) Process
  • 4.5. Graphene

5. Carbon Nanotubes Company Profiles

  • 5.1. 3M
  • 5.2. AEH
  • 5.3. All Cell Technologies
    • 5.3.1. All Cell Technologies P-Based Anode Material
  • 5.4. Alpha Chemistry
  • 5.5. Amperex Technologies
  • 5.6. Apple
  • 5.7. Applied Graphene Materials (AGM
  • 5.8. Arkema
  • 5.9. Archer Materials
    • 5.9.1. Archer Materials IBM Q Network
  • 5.10. Arry International Group (China)
  • 5.11. Bayer Material Science
  • 5.12. BASF
  • 5.13. Berkeley Lab
  • 5.14. BYD
  • 5.15. Chasm Advanced Materials
  • 5.16. Carbon Solutions (US)
    • 5.16.1. Carbon Nanotubes Still Cost More Than Gold
    • 5.16.2. Consistent Performance of The Carbon Nanotube
    • 5.16.3. Using Electronic Transitions to Measure SWCNT Purity
  • 5.17. Carbonics
    • 5.17.1. Carbonics Deposition Technology Zebra
  • 5.18. CD Creative Diagnostics
  • 5.19. Cellec
    • 5.19.1. Cellec Spatially Patterned Architectures for Capacity Enhancement in Batteries (SPACE-BATT)
    • 5.19.2. Cellec ENHANCE II - Enabling Hybrid Anodes with Nano-Carbon Electrodes II
    • 5.19.3. Cellec ENHANCE - Enabling Hybrid Anodes with Nano-Carbon Electrodes
  • 5.20. Chasm Advanced Materials
  • 5.21. Cheap Tubes (US)
    • 5.21.1. Plasma Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes Structure
    • 5.21.2. Cheap Tubes Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes 20-30nm
  • 5.22. CNano Technology (US) Regulatory Approval from the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  • 5.23. Cornell University
  • 5.24. DexMat (Smart CNT Materials
    • 5.24.1. DexMat Carbon Nanotube Fiber Production: Improved Performance and Reduced Cost
  • 5.25. Directa Plus
  • 5.26. Drop-Wise-200x200
  • 5.27. DuPont
    • 5.27.1. Nanocomp Technologies and DuPont Form Strategic Relationship in 2012
  • 5.28. Envision AESC
  • 5.29. First Graphene Limited
    • 5.29.1. First Graphene Commercial Minitab® Software to Analyze Manufacturing Data, Allowing Process Control Charts
  • 5.30. Futurecarbon GmbH
    • 5.30.1. Futurecarbon Polymer Systems
    • 5.30.2. FutureCarbon GmbH Takes on Substantial Intellectual Property from Bayer Material Science
  • 5.31. Gerdau
    • 5.31.1. Gerdau Launches Company to Accelerate Graphene Market
  • 5.32. Global Graphene Group
    • 5.32.1. Global Graphene Group (G3) Company Description
    • 5.32.2. Angstron Materials Nanoscale Graphene Platelets - a New Class of Nanomaterials
  • 5.33. Graphene Manufacturing Group (GMG)
    • 5.33.1. Aluminum-Ion Technology Has Intrinsic Advantages and Disadvantages
  • 5.34. GrapheneCR
  • 5.35. Hanwha Chemical (South Korea) Focusing on Demand Creation
  • 5.36. Hitachi
    • 5.36.1. Hitachi Chemical Large-Scale Synthesis Process and Dispersion
    • 5.36.2. Hitachi Chemical CNT Properties
    • 5.36.3. Hitachi Chemical CNT Fluidized-Bed Synthesis
    • 5.36.4. Hitachi Chemical CNT Fluidized-Bed Synthesis Dispersion Liquid
    • 5.36.5. Hitachi Graphene Fabrication Using a High-Temperature High-Speed Infrared Annealer
  • 5.37. Huntsman
    • 5.37.1. Huntsman / Nanocomp Technologies
    • 5.37.2. Nanocomp Technologies
  • 5.38. Hyperion Catalysis (US)
    • 6.32.1. Advantages of Fibril Nanotubes as a Conductive Additive
    • 5.38.1. Hyperion Catalysis Automotive Applications
  • 5.39. IBM
  • 5.40. Johnson Controls
  • 5.41. Klean Commodities
  • 5.42. Kumho Petrochemical (South Korea)
  • 5.43. LG Chem / CNT Company (Korea)
    • 5.43.1. LG CNTs As Anode Conductive Additives
    • 5.43.2. LG R&D
  • 5.44. Merck
  • 5.45. MicroChem
  • 5.46. MIT
    • 5.46.1. DropWise Technologies, a Startup Based on Research from Two MIT Labs
    • 5.46.2. MIT Engineers Develop Material Is 10 Times Blacker, Made from Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotubes CNTs
  • 5.47. MITO Material Solutions
  • 5.48. Mitsubishi Materials
    • 5.48.1. Mitsubishi Decreasing the Human Environmental Risk in Using Multifunctional Nanomaterial
  • 5.49. Nano-C
    • 5.49.1. Nano C Materials Have Been Proven in Volume
    • 5.49.2. Nano-C Value-Added Through Chemistry
  • 5.50. Nanocyl (Belgium)
  • 5.51. NanoIntegris (US)
  • 5.52. NanoLab (US)
  • 5.53. NanoLinea
  • 5.54. Nanomatrix
  • 5.55. Nanomix
  • 5.56. Nanoshel (US)
  • 5.57. Nanotek Instruments
  • 5.58. NanoXplore
  • 5.59. Nantero
  • 5.59.1. Fujitsu Semiconductor and Mie Fujitsu Semiconductor License Nantero's NRAM for Breakthrough Memory Products
  • 5.60. NEC
    • 5.60.1. NEC Nano Group Target
    • 5.60.2. NEC Nanotechnology Assessment
  • 5.61. Nissan Chemical
  • 5.62. OCSiAl / Tuball
    • 5.62.1. Tuball
    • 5.62.2. Tuball Graphene Nanotubes Embedded into A Material's Matrix
    • 5.62.3. Tuball Products
    • 5.62.4. OCSiAl / Tuball Marketing Strategy
    • 5.62.5. TUBALL™ Nanotube Products
  • 5.63. Panasonic
  • 5.64. Raymor Nanotech / Nanointegris High Purity, Electronically Separated Nanomaterials
    • 5.64.1. NanoIntegris Electronically Separated Nanomaterials
    • 5.64.2. Raymor Commercializes the Technology of Polymer-Wrapping
    • 5.64.3. Raymor High Purity, Electronically Separated Nanomaterials
    • 5.64.4. Using a Patented Plasma Torch Process, NanoIntegris, In Conjunction with Raymor Nanotech
  • 5.65. Rice University
    • 5.65.1. Nanotubes with "zigzag" and "armchair" facets
  • 5.66. Showa Denko (Japan)
  • 5.67. SpaceBlue
  • 5.68. Toray Industries (Japan)
  • 6.54. Toray Polymer Molecule, Nano-Order Polymer Structure Control Technology
  • 5.69. Timesnano
  • 5.70. Thomas Swan (UK)
  • 5.71. Toray
  • 5.72. UCLA
  • 5.73. Universal Matter
    • 5.73.1. Universal Matter Target Markets
    • 5.73.2. Universal Matter Turbostratic Graphene-Has Superior Dispersibility as a Defining Characteristic
    • 5.73.3. Flash Graphene Rocks Strategy for Plastic Waste
    • 5.64.4. Universal Matter Carbon Pill for Synthesizing Graphene
  • 5.74. Vacuum Carbon Technologies
  • 5.75. Wisepower / Unidym Inc

6. Selected Lists of CNT Companies

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  • Carbon Nanotubes
  • Figure 1. CTN Carbon Nanotube Market Segments
  • Figure 2. Issues That Face the Nascent Carbon Nanotube Industry
  • Figure 3. Multi Wall Carbon Nanotubes MWCNTs Toxicity
  • Figure 4. CNT Dustability Aspects of Toxicity
  • Figure 5. Carbon Nanotubes Are Also Known to Have Any Unique Electrical Properties
  • Figure 6. Carbon Nanotubes Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 7. Multi Wall and Single Wall Carbon Nanoparticles CNT
  • Figure 8. Multi Wall Carbon Nanotubes MWCNTs Features
  • Figure 9. Multi Wall Carbon Nanotubes MWCNTs Toxicity
  • Figure 10. Carbon Nanotubes Are Also Known to Have Any Unique Electrical Properties
  • Figure 11. Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes SWCNTs Features
  • Figure 12. Structure Of the Nanotube Influences Its Properties
  • Figure 13. Issues That Face the Nascent Carbon Nanotube CNT Industry
  • Figure 14. Carbon Nanotubes Market Driving Forces
  • Figure 15. Carbon Nanotubes Market Shares, Worldwide, Dollars, 2020
  • Figure 16. Carbon Nanotubes Market Shares, Worldwide, Dollars, 2020
  • Figure 17. Carbon Nanotubes Market Shares, Worldwide, Dollars, 2020 (Longer List of Shares)
  • Figure 18. Carbon Nanotubes Market Participant Descriptions, Worldwide, Dollars, 2020
  • Figure 19. Carbon Nanotubes Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 20. Carbon Nanotubes Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 21. Carbon Nanotubes SWCNT Manufacturing Capacity Market Shares, Worldwide, Kg, 2021
  • Figure 22. Carbon Nanotubes MWCNT Manufacturing Capacity Market Shares, Worldwide, Tons, 2021
  • Figure 23. Carbon Nanotube CNT Market Forecasts, Forecasts, Tons, 2021 to 2027
  • Figure 24. 2002 Patent Filings for Carbon Nanotubes
  • Figure 25. Carbon Nanotube CNT for Lithium Ion / EX Batteries, Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 26. Conductive Strong Nanotubes Prevent Silicon Degradation in Batteries
  • Figure 27. High-Performance Graphene Nanotube EV Improvements
  • Figure 28. Vacuum Carbon Technologies
  • Figure 29. Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Coatings Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 30. Carbon Nanotube Conductive Plastics
  • Figure 31. Composite CNT Material Benefits
  • Figure 32. Composite Material CNT Applications
  • Figure 33. Composite Material CNT Technology
  • Figure 34. Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Asphalt, Concrete and Tires Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 35. Selected CNT Applications
  • Figure 36. Carbon Nanotubes Segment Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2020-2026
  • Figure 37. Carbon Nanotube Market Segments, Lithium Ion / EV, Coatings, Conductive Plastics, Asphalt, Concrete, and Tires, Dollars and Percent, 2021 to 2027
  • Figure 38. RayMor Prices Overview
  • Figure 39. Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2020
  • Figure 40. Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Regional Market Segments, Tons, 2020
  • Figure 41. Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Market Regional Segments, US, Europe, China, Japan, Korea, Rest of Asia, RoW, Dollars and Tons, Worldwide, 2020
  • Figure 42. EV market in China
  • Figure 43. nano.nature.com Carbon Nanotube Directory Features:
  • Figure 44. Universal Matter Target Markets
  • Figure 45. Universal Matter Set-up to Make a Medical-Grade Graphene
  • Figure 46. Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes 8-15nm
  • Figure 47. Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes 8-15nm Specifications
  • Figure 48. Oxford University Experimental CNT Set-Up and Reaction System Configuration
  • Figure 49. 12 Year Roadmap of Sulfur Cathode for Lithium Sulfur Batteries (2009-2020)
  • Figure 50. Rice University Launches Climate Change Initiative with Shell
  • Figure 51. Matteo Pasquali, director of Rice University's Carbon Hub
  • Figure 52. Raphael Rosen, Princeton University
  • Figure 53. Plasma Source for Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes
  • Figure 54. Techniques Developed to Produce Carbon Nanotubes
  • Figure 55. Market Segments where Synthesis and Procedures are Used to Achieve Successful CNT Commercialization
  • Figure 56. Commercial Process for Graphene
  • Figure 57. Dr Beenish Siddique CNT Growing System Start-Up
  • Figure 58. AllCell's Phase Change Composite (PCC) Thermal Materials Improve Safety and Performance of Lithium-Ion Battery Packs Key Benefits:
  • Figure 59. AllCell's Phase Change Composite (PCC) Battery Pack:
  • Figure 60. AllCell PCC
  • Figure 61. Shell's GameChanger Accelerator Investment Vehicle Funds CNT
  • Figure 62. Alpha Chemistry Reference Accounts
  • Figure 63. Alpha Chemistry Nanopowder
  • Figure 64. Archer Materials Biochip End-Use Is Initially Aimed at Addressing the Complex Detection of Diseases Affecting the Respiratory System
  • Figure 65. Array Single Wall CT
  • Figure 66. Arry SWCNT and DWCNT Products
  • Figure 67. Arry MWCNT Products
  • Figure 68. Bayer Carbon Nanotubes
  • Figure 69. Carbon Solutions Product List
  • Figure 70. Issues That Face the Carbon Nanotube Industry
  • Figure 71. Sample of EA-Produced SWNTs for Commercial Sale
  • Figure 72. CSI Industrial Grade SWNT Product Prices
  • Figure 73. Creative Diagnostics Gold Nanoshells Applications:
  • Figure 74. Creative Diagnostics Custom Services
  • Figure 75. Cellec SBIR Awards, by Phase, Year, and Agency
  • Figure 76. Cheap Tubes CNT Analysis Capabilities
  • Figure 77. Cheap Tubes CNT
  • Figure 78. Cheaptubes Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes 20-30nm
  • Figure 79. Cheap Tubes TEM Image of Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes 30-50nm
  • Figure 80. Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes Structure
  • Figure 81. Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes and Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes
  • Figure 82. CNano Commercial Applications for Carbon Nanotubes
  • Figure 83. DexMat High Performance Galvorn Products
  • Figure 84. DexMat Galvorn CNT Materials
  • Figure 85. DexMat CNT Functions
  • Figure 86. SBIR Funding DexMat
  • Figure 87. Directa Plus Co-mask
  • Figure 88. Envision AESC Battery Factory
  • Figure 89. First Graphene Headquarters
  • Figure 90. Research Technician Using Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and Thermogravimetric Analyser (TGA) in the Analytical Lab at the GEIC
  • Figure 91. First Graphene Partner Supply Agreements
  • Figure 92. First Graphene PureGRAPH®5 Development
  • Figure 93. First Graphene PureGRAPH®5 Supply Agreements
  • Figure 94. Futurecarbon GmbH CNT
  • Figure 95. Futurecarbon CNT Fields of Interest
  • Figure 96. Futurecarbon Illustration
  • Figure 97. Global Graphene Group Inventions
  • Figure 98. G3 Produces a Wide Variety of Graphene Technologies
  • Figure 99. Global Graphene Group Target Markets
  • Figure 100. Global Graphene Group Company Structure
  • Figure 101. Global Graphene Group Graphene Materials
  • Figure 102. Global Graphene Group Graphene Powders Description
  • Figure 103. Global Graphene Group Composite and Developed Forms of Raw Graphene Serving a Wide Range of Applications and Solutions
  • Figure 104. G3-FireshieldTM Features
  • Figure 105. G3 Graphene-Enabled Armored Current Collector
  • Figure 106. G3 Thermal Paste Features
  • Figure 107. G3 Graphene Foil
  • Figure 108. G3 Conduction Products Features
  • Figure 109. G3 EMI Shielding Paste Features
  • Figure 110. G3 Transparent Conductive Films
  • Figure 111. G3 Coatings and Paints
  • Figure 112. G3 Graphene Oxide
  • Figure 113. G3 Versatility of Graphene Powders Functions
  • Figure 114. G3 Graphene Images
  • Figure 115. G3 Graphene Applications and Benefits
  • Figure 116. G3 Company Organizations
  • Figure 117. EV OEMs Silicon Anode Features
  • Figure 118. GrapheneCR ProCene® Graphene Powder and ProCNano® Graphene Nanoplatelets Metrics
  • Figure 119. Hanwha Chemical Positioning in New Business Areas, Solar Energy, Bio-Pharmaceuticals, Secondary Battery Materials, And Nanotechnology
  • Figure 120. Hanwha Chemical Manufactures Industrial Materials
  • Figure 121. Hanwha Chemical Research Facility
  • Figure 122. Hanwha Chemical Tanks
  • Figure 123. Hanwha Chemical CM-250 Composite Material Target Markets
  • Figure 124. Hitachi Ultra-High-Speed High-Temperature Infrared Heating Unit.
  • Figure 125. Hitachi Single-Crystal Single-Layer Graphene Sample 4H-SiC (0001) Substrate Diced into A Square with Sides of 10 mm
  • Figure 126. Huntsman Revenues Q1 2021
  • Figure 127. Huntsman Wind Turbine Parts
  • Figure 128. Huntsman Araldite Description
  • Figure 129. Huntsman Araldite Applications
  • Figure 130. Hyperion Catalysis International Carbon Nanotube
  • Figure 131. Photo End on and Dispersed View of Fibril Nanotubes
  • Figure 132. Fibril Percolating (Conductive) Mixture Aspects
  • Figure 133. Hyperion Catalysis Key Accomplishments:
  • Figure 134. Hyperion Catalysis Key Accomplishments:
  • Figure 135. Nanotubes as a Potential Flame Retardant
  • Figure 136. CNT Transistor with a 40nm Footprint
  • Figure 137. Top-View Scanning Electron Microscopy Image of A 5-Stage CNT Ring Oscillator and CNTs Placed Trenches
  • Figure 138. IBM Flexible CNT CMOS Integrated Circuits with Sub-10 Nanoseconds Stage Delays
  • Figure 139. IBM low-Cost, And High-Speed Flexible Electronics
  • Figure 140. Kumho Petrochemical Revenue
  • Figure 141. LG Chem Manufactures Bundle-Type CNT Based Products and Applications
  • Figure 142. LG CNT Raw Material to Final Product
  • Figure 143. LG Petrochemicals
  • Figure 144. LG Chem Invests 65 billion KRW by Q1 2021 to Expand CNT by 1,2000 Tons at the Yeosu plant
  • Figure 145. LG Carbon Nanotube Illustration
  • Figure 146. LG Investment in CNT and Capacity
  • Figure 147. Merck CNT Pastes Benefits:
  • Figure 148. Merck CNT Pastes Application
  • Figure 149. Steps Of Human Exposure: Decreasing environmental risk in using CNT
  • Figure 150. Nano-C Applications
  • Figure 151. Nano-C Applications:
  • Figure 152. Nano-C's Combustion-Based Process Technology
  • Figure 153. Nanocyl Worldwide Presence
  • Figure 154. Nanocyl CNT Functions
  • Figure 155. Nanocyl CNT
  • Figure 156. Nanocyl CNT Properties
  • Figure 157. Nanocyl Elastocyl Key Applications
  • Figure 158. Figure 108. Nanocyl Elastocyl Key Benefits
  • Figure 159. NanoIntegris CNT Mono and Quattro
  • Figure 160. Nanolab CNT Products
  • Figure 161. NanoLab Nanotube Powders:
  • Figure 162. NanoLab Nanotube Composites:
  • Figure 163. Nanolab Paints & Coatings for Optical Applications:
  • Figure 164. Nanolab Dispersants
  • Figure 165. Nanomatrix SBIR Programs, Years, Agency
  • Figure 166. Nanomix Rapid Availability of High-Quality Diagnostic Information
  • Figure 167. Nanoshel Single Wall CNT Products
  • Figure 168. Nanotek Instruments SBIR Funding Review
  • Figure 169. Nantero NRAM
  • Figure 170. NEC Carbon Nanohorn (CNH) Target Markets
  • Figure 171. NEC Carbon Nanohorns Features
  • Figure 172. Carbon Nanohorns Industry Segments Functions
  • Figure 173. Nissan Chemical NanoUse ZR
  • Figure 174. Nissan NanoUse ZR TEM Properties
  • Figure 175. Applications of Nissan NanoUse ZR
  • Figure 176. COSiAl Types of CNT
  • Figure 177. Tuball Graphene Nanotubes
  • Figure 178. TUBALL™ Nanotubes
  • Figure 179. Tuball Graphene Nanotubes
  • Figure 180. Characteristics of Tuball Graphene Nanotubes
  • Figure 181. Tuball Graphene Nanotube Jar
  • Figure 182. Tuball Graphene Nanotubes Features & Advantages
  • Figure 183. Tuball Carbon Nanotube Technical Info
  • Figure 184. Tuball Graphene Nanotubes' Properties Make Them Universal Additive
  • Figure 185. Comparison Of Additives Threshold of Change
  • Figure 186. Tuball Industries Served
  • Figure 187. Tuball Products
  • Figure 188. Tuball CNT Applications
  • Figure 189. Tuball High Purity Graphene Nanotubes
  • Figure 190. NanoIntegris Separation Technology
  • Figure 191. Notes on NanoInteris Purity Calculations
  • Figure 192. Notes on NanoInteris Purity Calculations
  • Figure 193. Notes on NanoInteris Purity Calculations
  • Figure 194. Notes on NanoInteris Purity Calculations
  • Figure 195. Raymor Products
  • Figure 196. RayMor Products Overview
  • Figure 197. RayMor Prices Overview
  • Figure 198. Raymour / Nanointegris CNT
  • Figure 199. Carbon Nanotube Films Created at Rice University
  • Figure 200. Showa Denko Optimized Design for CNT Resin Composite Characteristics
  • Figure 201. Showa Denko Optimized Design for CNT Resin Representative Characteristics
  • Figure 202. Showa Denko Group Interconnection of Inorganic, Aluminum, And Organic Chemical Technologies
  • Figure 203. Showa Denko Group Selected Data
  • Figure 204. Showa Denko Group Revenue Q1 2020
  • Figure 205. Toray Flexible, Tough Materials
  • Figure 206. Timesnano Selected CNT Product Pricing
  • Figure 207. Timesnano CNT
  • Source: Timesnano
  • Figure 208. UCLA Engineering Strategic Partnerships
  • Figure 209. Universal Matter Target Markets
  • Figure 210. Universal Matter Set-up to Make a Medical-Grade Graphene
  • Figure 211. Universal Matter Process
  • Figure 212. Turbostratic Stacking - Universal Matter Graphene
  • Figure 213. Universal Matter Turbostratic Graphene
  • Figure 214. Universal Matter Turbostratic Peaks
  • Figure 215. Universal Matter Turbostratic Graphene dispersion after 6 months
  • Figure 216. Universal Matter. Commercial Graphene Dispersion After 8 Hours
  • Figure 217. Flash Graphene Rocks Strategy for Plastic Waste
  • Figure 218. ACDC Flash Graphene Produced at Rice University