Perspectives on lab-grown diamonds and nanodiamonds around the world

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Dublin, Sept. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The report “The Global Market for Lab-Grown Diamonds and Nanodiamonds 2022-2033” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

A diamond has the highest chemical stability, as well as unique conductivity and resistance to thermal shock. Lab-grown diamonds have recently gained prominence as a replacement for natural diamonds. The fine jewelry market is the main customer for synthetic diamonds. However, other applications are also being developed in thermal management, optics, quantum computing, high power electronics and diamond detectors.

Nanodiamonds (ND) are diamond-phase carbon nanomaterials that were originally used for their strong abrasive properties and as lubricating additives for industrial applications. Now they are impacting a wide range of markets, including batteries, supercapacitors, skincare, biomedicine, coatings and plastics.

The main types of commercial ND produced are classified as high pressure high temperature (HPHT) nanodiamonds, CVD diamond and detonation nanodiamonds (DND). Extremely low amounts of nanodiamond additives can alter a variety of thermal and mechanical properties in various parent materials.

Properties include:

  • Diamond core: maximum hardness (167 Gpa) and wear resistance
  • Highest thermal conductivity (2300 W/mK)
  • High electrical resistivity (10?cm)
  • Low thermal expansion (1.010-6 K-1)
  • Wide band gap (5.47 eV {300 K})
  • High refractive index (2.417)
  • Low specific gravity (3.52)
  • Chemical/Radiation Resistance
  • Biocompatibility
  • Large surface (250- 450 m/g)
  • High and controllable surface chemical activity.
  • Environmentally friendly (green additives).

The main current applications of nanodiamonds in terms of volume demand are:

  • Fine polishing abrasives.
  • Coating additives (galvanic and autocatalytic).
  • Lubricant additives (oils and greases).
  • Reinforcing polymer fillers.

Other applications that will grow in commercial importance include skin care, biomedicine (eg drug delivery and biosensors) and batteries.

Report content includes:

  • Types of lab-grown diamonds and nanodiamonds and properties.
  • Production methods by producer.
  • Applications, benefits, megatrends in the market, market drivers for the use of laboratory-grade diamonds and nanodiamonds, technological challenges, competing materials, market demand.
  • Competitive landscape.
  • Markets for synthetic diamonds and nanodiamonds, including
    • lubricants
    • electroplating and anti-wear/friction coatings
    • polishing materials
    • biomedicine
    • composite materials
    • thermoplastics
    • skin care
    • energy storage
    • heat management
    • optical
    • quantum computing
    • high power electronics
    • diamond detectors.
  • Pricing of synthetic diamonds and nanodiamonds.
  • Consumption in the world market of laboratory-grade diamonds and nanodiamonds until 2033
  • Detailed company profiles including product types, products, target markets, production capabilities, contact details. Featured companies include Adamas, Appsilon Enterprise, Carbodean, Daicel, Lusix, NDB, Quantum Brilliance, Ray Techniques, and more.

Main topics covered:

1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

2 LABORATORY DIAMONDS
2.1 Manufacturing methods
2.1.1 Chemical Vapor Disposition (CVD)
2.1.1.1 Treatments
2.1.2 High Pressure High Temperature (HPHT)
2.1.2.1 Treatments

3 NANODIAMONDS
3.1 Properties
3.2 Kinds
3.2.1 Commercial nanodiamonds
3.2.2 Fluorescent Nanodiamonds (FND)
3.3 Production methods – advantages and disadvantages

4 APPS
4.1 Lab-grown diamonds
4.2 Nanodiamonds

5 MARKETS FOR LABORATORY DIAMONDS AND NANODIAMONDS
5.1 LABORATORY DIAMONDS
5.1.1 Global Revenue to 2033, by Market
5.1.2 Jewelery Segment Overview
5.1.3 List of synthetic diamond producers
5.1.4 Advanced apps
5.1.4.1 Electronics and IT
5.1.4.1.1 Heat sinks
5.1.4.1.2 Quantum Computing
5.1.4.1.3 High power electronics
5.1.4.2 Medicine
5.1.4.2.1 Imaging
5.1.4.2.2 Medical implants
5.1.4.3 Lasers and optics
5.1.4.4 Spectroscopy
5.2 NANODIAMONDS
5.2.1 Lubricant additives
5.2.1.1 Presentation
5.2.1.2 Market and applications
5.2.1.3 Global Nanodiamonds in Lubricants Market Consumption up to 2033 (Tons)
5.2.2 Electronic polishing materials
5.2.2.1 Presentation
5.2.2.2 Markets and applications
5.2.2.3 Global Nanodiamonds in Lubricants Market Consumption up to 2033 (Tons)
5.2.3 Electroplating and anti-wear/friction coatings
5.2.3.1 Presentation
5.2.3.2 Markets and applications
5.2.3.3 Global Nanodiamonds in Electroplating and Anti-Wear/Friction Coatings Market Consumption up to 2033 (Tons)
5.2.4 Composites
5.2.4.1 Presentation
5.2.4.2 Fiber-based polymer composite parts
5.2.4.2.1 Requests
5.2.4.2.2 Global Nanodiamonds in Composites Market Consumption up to 2033 (Tons)
5.2.4.2.2.1 Thermosets
5.2.4.2.2.2 Thermoplastics
5.2.4.3 Metal matrix composites
5.2.4.3.1 Presentation
5.2.4.3.2 Global Metal Matrix Nanodiamonds Market Consumption up to 2033, in Tons
5.2.5 Skin care
5.2.5.1 Presentation
5.2.5.2 Markets and applications
5.2.5.3 Global Nanodiamonds in Skin Care Market Consumption up to 2033 (Tons)
5.2.6 Supercapacitors
5.2.6.1 Presentation
5.2.6.2 Markets and applications
5.2.6.3 Global Nanodiamonds in Supercapacitors Market Consumption up to 2033 (Tons)
5.2.7 Batteries
5.2.7.1 Presentation
5.2.7.2 Markets and applications
5.2.7.3 Global Nanodiamond in Battery Market Consumption up to 2033 (Tons)
5.2.8 Administration of medication
5.2.8.1 Presentation
5.2.8.2 Markets and applications

6 LABORATORY DIAMONDS AND NANODIAMOND PRICES

7 COMPANY PROFILES

8 REFERENCES

Companies cited

  • Adamas Nanotechnologies, Inc.
  • Ethereal Diamonds
  • Akhan
  • Appsilon Enterprise
  • Art Beam Co., Ltd
  • AR Brown
  • Beijing Grish Hitech Co., Ltd.
  • Bikanta, Inc.
  • Carbodeon Ltd. Oh
  • Cymaris Laboratories
  • Daicel Corporation
  • diamond foundry
  • Dynalene
  • eOx International B.V.
  • FND Biotech, Inc.
  • Henan Union Abrasives Corp.
  • Henan Yuxing Micro-diamond Co., Ltd.
  • Heyuan Zhonglian Nanotechnology Co. Ltd
  • John Crane, Inc.
  • LM van Moppes and Son SA
  • JSC SINTA
  • Lusix
  • Microdiamond SA
  • NDB
  • NanoCarbon Research Institute Co., Ltd./New Metals and Chemicals Corporation, Ltd.
  • NanoDiamond Limited Products
  • Nanoplazz Technologies, Inc.
  • Neomond Ltd.
  • New diamond technology
  • NVision Imaging Technologies GmbH
  • PlasmaChem GmbH
  • Quantum Brilliance
  • Quantum particles
  • Ray-Techniques Ltd.
  • Sumitomo electric
  • Tianjin Chanyu Superhard Sci-Tech Co., Ltd.
  • Tong Li Tech
  • WD Lab Grown Diamond

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