Carbon nanomaterials have captured the imagination of scientists for years, and are now beginning to make commercial progress after years of hype and disappointment. The two main classes of carbon nanomaterials – graphene and carbon nanotubes – are increasingly on different commercial paths. Carbon nanotubes are far better commercialized today, leaning heavily on battery applications, but impending graphene scale-up could significantly reduce cost and propel it into the mainstream. To guide clients, the Carbon Nanomaterials Update maps the partnerships and production capacity in the space, ranks start-ups on the Lux Innovation Grid, and gives an outlook on the commercial future of carbon nanomaterials.
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