Graphene in Autos Using Generative Design Accelerates Future of Safer Street-Legal Race Car, Meds, & Bioelectric Devices.

Graphene has many potential commercial applications [Some of which are hard to understand]
Used in lightweight, thin, and flexible electric/photonics circuits, solar cells.
Also in various medical, chemical and industrial processes.
Graphene has tremendous applications in composites & coatings.
Is light, strong enhancing the safety of vehicles.
Characteristics of graphene nano materials enables use in commercial applications.

Graphene is over 200-times stronger than steel; Thin & strong;
Can replace carbon fiber, steel, and aluminum components.
Will improve dimensional stability of vehicles.
Also used in manufacturing of hemoglobin-, cholesterol-, & glucose-measuring bioelectric sensory devices.
Electrical & electronics was the largest category in the graphene market.
Used in production of coatings for touch screens & precise sensors & displays

Material for aircraft and automotive composites is growing in the region.
Most important attribute is for weight savings in vehicles.
Widening applications for the material in the medical industry.
Graphene powder can be handled more easily than dispersion and flakes.
Results in the higher consumption of the material in the form of powder. 

STATS: [Including The Market]

Global Graphene Market to Reach $656.9 Million by 2027.
Global graphene market, was $87.5 M in 2019.
2020 -2030 market is expected to witness a healthy CAGR of 20.2%
Overall market to expand at a CAGR of 38.7% from 2020 to 2027



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The.Graphene Market
Graphene is used during the manufacturing of hemoglobin-, cholesterol-, and glucose-measuring bioelectric sensory devices
Other application areas of the compound in the medical sector include cancer treatment, therapeutic tools, prosthetic devices, dental implants, and deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) testing.

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