Global Market Study on Graphite: Battery Segment To Witness Highest Growth by 2020
As per this report, the graphite market is segregated on the basis of form into synthetic graphite and natural graphite, of which synthetic graphite is further segmented into carbon fiber, graphite electrode, graphite powder, graphite blocks, and others. On the basis of end use, the graphite market is categorized into refractory, electrode, battery, lubricant, foundry, and others.
On the basis of revenue, the synthetic graphite represented the biggest segment of the graphite market. Upsurge of technologically advanced applications of graphite in fuel cells, pebble-bed nuclear reactors, solar power systems, and automotive and aviation commercial ventures is driving the graphite market. Increasing demand for electric vehicles and other electronic gadgets such as tablets, mobile phones, cameras, and laptops offers immense scope for the development of the lithium-ion battery industry.
In this market study, the global graphite market is segmented on the premise of geography into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World (RoW). Asia Pacific is the largest market for graphite globally. The report states that the rise in demand for steel and various other metals has expanded the demand for graphite electrodes in the region of Asia Pacific. China represents more than 70% of global graphite production. As indicated by China's Twelfth Five-Year Plan, the government proposes to have around 5.0 million battery-electric vehicles to be utilized on the streets by 2020. This is predicted to build demand from the Asia Pacific graphite market during the forecast period.
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Key organizations profiled in this report include Triton Minerals Ltd., Lamboo Resources Limited, Mason Graphite, Focus Graphite Inc., Energizer Resources Inc., Northern Graphite Corporation, Alabama Graphite Corp., Flinders Resources Ltd., SGL Carbon SE, GrafTech International Holdings Inc, and Graphite India Limited.
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Germanium is a semiconductor metalloid with similar chemical and physical properties to silicon. Germanium is primarily extracted from sphalerite (the primary ore of zinc), though it can be mined commercially from copper, silver and lead ores as well. Germanium is more reactive than silicon and is not found in its nascent form.
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Germaniums’ use in night-vision optical devices and as semiconductor in electronics and solar panels is expected to drive the global market. However, difficulty in mining due to small reserves and substitutability by silicon might hamper the market growth. Increasing adoption of solar panels is expected to bring future prospective demand.
(2) - Lithium Fluoride Market - Global Industry Expert Opinions Analysis, Emerging Opportunities, Market Size, Share, Growth Drivers, Market Trends, Statistics And Forecast 2015 - 2020
Lithium Fluoride is an inorganic lithium salt of hydrofluoric acid. It is an odorless, white, crystalline solid at standard conditions. Lithium fluoride is an ionic compound and highly stable with low melting point. Lithium fluoride is non-flammable and insoluble in water. Lithium fluoride is manufactured commercially by reacting lithium hydroxide with hydrogen fluoride or by dissolving lithium carbonate in excess of hydrogen fluoride and then dehydrating it by heating it till redness appears. Lithium fluoride releases toxic hydrogen fluoride gas when it comes in contact with mineral acids and may cause fluoride poisoning in case of exposure. Some of the common ailments include general weakness, stomach pain, irritation, vomiting, diarrhea, appetite loss, nausea, ulcers, etc.
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Lithium fluoride is primarily used as the basic ingredient in molten salt chemistries and liquid fluoride nuclear reactors. Lithium fluoride finds wide applications in molten salt chemistries and is an excellent heat sink material due to its superior stability. It is used as a fluxing agent in the ceramics, enamel and glass industries. It is also used as an ingredient in welding, soldering and dip brazing fluxes. It is widely used for synthesis and extraction of several metals and metal products (especially aluminium) through electrolysis in the metallurgy industry. Optical industry is another major consumer of lithium fluoride owing to its crystalline optical properties.
(3) - Electrophoresis Reagents Market - Global Industry Expert Opinions Analysis, Emerging Opportunities, Market Size, Share, Growth Drivers, Market Trends, Statistics And Forecast 2015 - 2020
Electrophoresis is a biotechnological technique developed to aid in study of biochemical proteins. It is utilized for several analytical techniques employed in biochemistry for segregating molecules or particles based on their size, charge they carry, or the binding affinity.
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The market is driven by increased use of electrophoresis in therapeutics, basic research and commercial applications. However, stringent regulations are expected to inhibit market growth. Increasing research and development activities in various industries are expected to act as opportunities for future market growth.
(4) - Malic Acid Market - Global Industry Expert Opinions Analysis, Emerging Opportunities, Market Size, Share, Growth Drivers, Market Trends, Statistics And Forecast 2015 - 2020
Malic acid is a four carbon dicarboxylic organic acid that is essentially synthesized in all living beings. It is responsible for the mildly sour taste in fruits. Malic acid has two steroeisomeric forms; L-malic acid and D-malic acid, however, only L-malic acid is the natural form. It is primarily utilized as a food additive for various applications such as flavor enhancement, bring tartness or sourness, preservation and as an acidulant or pH control. Malic acid is prominently employed for its dual functionality as a flavor enhancer and a preservative. Malic acid is produced industrially from maleic anhydride. The process involves double hydration of maleic anhydride producing a racemic mixture of the two isomers of malic acid. The two enantiomers in the mixture can be later segregated by chiral resolution of the obtained recemic mixture.
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Malic acid is primarily used as a food additive for enhancing flavor (tartness/sourness) and as a preservative in food & beverages. The market is driven by the increasing adoption of convenience food and beverage products due to busy lifestyle of the urban population. Further with increasing population there is great potential for synthetic foods especially to serve the fast lifestyle of urban populations across the world. Furthermore, introduction of new food and beverage products with a variety of flavors, giving an essence of fruits from all corners of the world, is expected to boost demand for flavorant and preservative product such as malic acid.
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