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The Global Market for Metal Oxide Nanoparticles to 2020

Future Markets Inc
Published Date » 2013-03-08
No. Of Pages » 322
   
 
 Metal oxide nanoparticles have novel electronic, optical, magnetic, chemical catalytic and mechanical properties from the high surface to volume ratio, and quantum size effect. Nanomaterials are being applied across a raft of high-tech industries and technologies due to their outstanding magnetic, optical, catalytic and electronic properties, which depend greatly on their size, structure, and shape. Conservative market estimates for metal oxide nanoparticles in 2012 are 270, 041 tons, rising to 1663, 168 tons by 2020. 
   
  The report covers the following nanopowders:  
   
 
 
 Aluminium oxide 
 Antimony tin oxide 
 Bismuth oxide 
 Cerium Oxide 
 Copperoxide 
 Indium Tin Oxide 
 Iron oxide 
 Magnesium oxide 
 Manganese oxide 
 Nickel oxide 
 Silicon oxide...
Table of Contents

1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2 METHODOLOGY

3 METAL OXIDE NANOPARTICLES PRODUCTION: CURRENT AND PROJECTED
3.1 Applications of metal oxide nanoparticles
3.2 Production estimates 2012
3.3 Demand by material type and market
3.4 ALUMINIUM OXIDE
3.4.1 Properties
3.4.2 Commercialization timeline
3.4.3 Demand by market
3.4.4 Production volumes, tons
3.4.5 Prices
3.4.6 Producers
3.5 ANTIMONY TIN OXIDE
3.5.1 Properties
3.5.2 Commercialization timeline
3.5.3 Demand by market
3.5.4 Production volumes, tons
3.5.5 Prices
3.5.6 Producers
3.6 BISMUTH OXIDE
3.6.1 Properties
3.6.2 Commercialization timeline
3.6.3 Demand by market
3.6.4 Production volumes, tons
3.6.5 Prices
3.6.6 Producers
3.7 CERIUM OXIDE
3.7.1 Properties
3.7.2 Commercialization timeline
3.7.3 Demand by market
3.7.4 Production volumes, tons
3.7.5 Prices
3.7.6 Producers
3.8 COBALT OXIDE
3.8.1 Properties
3.8.2 Commercialization timeline
3.8.3 Demand by market
3.8.4 Production volumes, tons
3.8.5 Prices
3.8.6 Producers
3.9 COPPER OXIDE
3.9.1 Properties
3.9.2 Commercialization timeline
3.9.3 Demand by market
3.9.4 Production volumes, tons
3.9.5 Prices
3.9.6 Producers
3.10 INDIUM TIN OXIDE
3.10.1 Properties
3.10.2 Commercialization timeline
3.10.3 Demand by market
3.10.4 Production volumes, tons
3.10.5 Prices
3.10.6 Producers
3.11 IRON OXIDE
3.11.1 Properties
3.11.2 Commercialization timeline
3.11.3 Demand by market
3.11.4 Production volumes, tons
3.11.5 Prices
3.11.6 Producers
3.12 MAGNESIUM OXIDE
3.12.1 Properties
3.12.2 Commercialization timeline
3.12.3 Demand by market
3.12.4 Production volumes, tons
3.12.5 Prices
3.12.6 Producers
3.13 MANGANESE OXIDE
3.13.1 Properties
3.13.2 Commercialization timeline
3.13.3 Demand by market
3.13.4 Production volumes, tons
3.13.5 Prices
3.13.6 Producers
3.14 NICKEL OXIDE
3.14.1 Properties
3.14.2 Commercialization timeline
3.14.3 Demand by market
3.14.4 Production volumes, tons
3.14.5 Prices
3.14.6 Producers
3.15 SILICON OXIDE
3.15.1 Properties
3.15.2 Commercialization timeline
3.15.3 Demand by market
3.15.4 Production volumes, tons 7
3.15.5 Prices
3.15.6 Producers
3.16 TITANIUM DIOXIDE
3.16.1 Properties
3.16.2 Commercialization timeline
3.16.3 Demand by market
3.16.4 Production volumes, tons
3.16.5 Prices
3.16.6 Producers
3.17 YTTRIUM OXIDE
3.17.1 Properties
3.17.2 Commercialization timeline
3.17.3 Demand by market
3.17.4 Production volumes, tons
3.17.5 Prices
3.17.6 Producers
3.18 ZINC OXIDE
3.18.1 Properties
3.18.2 Commercialization timeline
3.18.3 Demand by market
3.18.4 Production volumes, tons
3.18.5 Prices
3.18.6 Producers
3.19 ZIRCONIUM OXIDE
3.19.1 Properties
3.19.2 Commercialization timeline
3.19.3 Demand by market
3.19.4 Production volumes, tons
3.19.5 Prices
3.19.6 Producers

4 REGULATIONS
4.1 Europe and the European Commission
4.2 Germany
4.3 Belgium
4.4 France
4.5 United States
4.6 United Kingdom
4.7 Japan
4.8 Australia
4.9 Switzerland
4.10 Canada
4.11 Iran
4.12 Norway
4.13 South Korea
4.14 The Netherlands
4.15 China
4.16 New Zealand
4.17 Italy
4.18 Denmark
4.19 India
4.20 International agencies

5 TOXICOLOGY

6 PATENT ACTIVITY

7 MARKETS FOR METAL OXIDE NANOPARTICLES
7.1 ADHESIVES AND SEALANTS
7.1.1 Commercialization timeline
7.1.2 Revenues
7.1.3 Companies
7.2 AEROSPACE AND AVIATION
7.2.1 Commercialization timeline
7.2.2 Revenues
7.2.3 Companies
7.3 AUTOMOTIVE
7.3.1 Commercialization timeline
7.3.2 Revenues
7.3.3 Companies
7.4 CATALYSTS
7.4.1 Commercialization timeline
7.4.2 Revenues
7.4.3 Companies
7.5 CIVIL ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION AND EXTERIOR PROTECTION
7.5.1 Commercialization timeline
7.5.2 Revenues
7.5.3 Companies
7.6 HYGIENE, CLEANING AND SANITARY INCLUDING HOMEWARE
7.6.1 Commercialization timeline
7.6.2 Revenues
7.6.3 Companies
7.7 ELECTRONICS, OPTOELECTRONICS AND PHOTONICS
7.7.1 Commercialization timeline
7.7.2 Revenues
7.7.3 Companies
7.8 ENERGY (INCLUDING OIL AND GAS)
7.8.1 Commercialization timeline
7.8.2 Revenues
7.8.3 Companies
7.9 ENVIRONMENT, AIR AND WATER FILTRATION
7.9.1 Commercialization timeline
7.9.2 Revenues
7.9.3 Companies
7.10 FOOD, AGRICULTURE AND BEVERAGE
7.10.1 Commercialization timeline
7.10.2 Revenues
7.10.3 Companies
7.11 MARINE
7.11.1 Commercialization timeline
7.11.2 Revenues
7.11.3 Companies
7.12 MEDICAL AND LIFE SCIENCES
7.12.1 Commercialization timeline
7.12.2 Revenues
7.12.3 Companies
7.13 MILITARY AND DEFENCE
7.13.1 Commercialization timeline
7.13.2 Revenues
7.13.3 Companies
7.14 PACKAGING
7.14.1 Commercialization timeline
7.14.2 Revenues
7.14.3 Companies
7.15 PAINTS AND COATINGS
7.15.1 Commercialization timeline
7.15.2 Revenues
7.15.3 Companies
7.16 PERSONAL CARE AND COSMETICS
7.16.1 Commercialization timeline
7.16.2 Revenues
7.16.3 Companies
7.17 PLASTICS AND RUBBER, INCLUDING FLAME RETARDANTS
7.17.1 Commercialization timeline
7.17.2 Revenues
7.17.3 Companies
7.18 PRODUCT SECURITY AND ANTI-COUNTERFEITING
7.18.1 Commercialization timeline
7.18.2 Revenues
7.18.3 Companies
7.19 SENSORS
7.19.1 Commercialization timeline
7.19.2 Revenues
7.19.3 Companies
7.20 SPORTING GOODS
7.20.1 Commercialization timeline
7.20.2 Revenues
7.20.3 Companies
7.21 TELECOMMUNICATIONS
7.21.1 Commercialization timeline
7.21.2 Revenues
7.21.3 Companies
7.22 TEXTILES
7.22.1 Commercialization timeline
7.22.2 Revenues
7.22.3 Companies
7.23 TOOLS AND METALS
7.23.1 Commercialization timeline
7.23.2 Revenues
7.23.3 Companies

8 REFERENCES

List of Tables


Figure 1: Production volume of metal oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative estimate
Figure 2: Production volume of metal oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, optimistic estimate
Figure 3: Demand for metal oxide nanoparticles, 2012, by applications, percentage
Figure 4: Breakdown of metal oxide nanoparticles production, by country, 2012, percentage
Table 1: Applications of metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 2: Metal oxide nanoparticles, price per KG, price per ton, estimated production total, 2012
Table 3: Production volumes for of metal oxide nanoparticles, 2012, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Figure 5: Demand for metal oxide nanoparticles, 2012, by applications, percentage
Table 4: Commercialization timeline for aluminium oxide nanoparticles
Figure 6: Demand for aluminium oxide nanoparticles, by applications, percentage, 2012
Figure 7: Demand for aluminium oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 5: Demand for aluminium oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 6: Aluminium oxide nanoparticles prices
Table 7: Aluminium oxide nanoparticles producers
Table 8: Commercialization timeline for antimony tin oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020
Figure 8: Demand for antimony tin oxide nanoparticles, by applications, percentage, 2012
Figure 9: Demand for antimony tin oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 9: Demand for antimony tin oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 10: Antimony tin oxide nanoparticles prices
Table 11: Antimony tin oxide nanoparticles producers
Table 12: Commercialization timeline for bismuth oxide nanoparticles, 2010- 2020
Figure 10: Demand for bismuth oxide nanoparticles, by applications, percentage, 2012
Figure 11: Demand for bismuth oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 13: Production of bismuth oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 14: Bismuth oxide nanoparticles prices
Table 15: Bismuth oxide nanoparticles producers
Table 16: Commercialization timeline for cerium oxide nanoparticles, 2010- 2020
Figure 12: Demand for cerium oxide nanoparticles, by applications, percentage, 2012
Figure 13: Demand for cerium oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 17: Demand for cerium oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 18: Cerium oxide nanoparticles prices
Table 19: Cerium oxide nanoparticles producers
Table 20: Commercialization timeline for cobalt oxide nanoparticles, 2010- 2020
Figure 14: Demand for cobalt oxide nanoparticles, by applications, percentage, 2012
Figure 15: Demand for cobalt oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 21: Demand for cobalt oxide nanoparticles 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 22: Cobalt oxide nanoparticles prices
Table 23: Cobalt oxide nanoparticles producers
Table 24: Commercialization timeline for copper oxide nanoparticles
Figure 16: Demand for copper oxide nanoparticles, by applications, percentage, 2012
Figure 17: Demand for copper oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 25: Demand for copper oxide nanoparticles 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 26: Copper oxide nanoparticles prices
Table 27: Copper oxide nanoparticles producers
Table 28: Commercialization timeline for nano indium nanoparticles
Figure 18: Demand for nano indium nanoparticles, by applications, percentage, 2012
Figure 19: Demand for nano indium, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 29: Demand for nano indium nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 30: Nano indium nanoparticles prices
Table 31: Indium nanoparticles producers
Table 32: Commercialization timeline for iron oxide nanoparticles
Figure 20: Demand for iron oxide nanoparticles, by applications, percentage, 2012
Figure 21: Demand for iron oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020 tons
Table 33: Demand for nano iron oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 34: Nano iron oxide nanoparticles prices
Table 35: Nano iron oxide nanoparticles producers
Table 36: Commercialization timeline for magnesium oxide nanoparticles
Figure 22: Demand for magnesium oxide nanoparticles, by applications, percentage, 2012
Figure 23: Demand for magnesium oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020 tons
Table 37: Demand for magnesium oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 38: Magnesium oxide nanoparticles prices
Table 39: Magnesium oxide nanoparticles producers
Table 40: Commercialization timeline for manganese oxide nanoparticles
Figure 24: Demand for manganese oxide nanoparticles, by applications, percentage, 2012
Figure 25: Demand for manganese oxide nanoparticles 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 41: Demand for manganese oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 42: Manganese oxide nanoparticles prices
Table 43: Manganese oxide nanoparticles producers
Table 44: Commercialization timeline for nickel nanoparticles, 2010-2020
Figure 26: Demand for nickel nanoparticles, by applications, percentage, 2012
Figure 27: Demand for nickel nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 45: Demand for nickel nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 46: Nickel nanoparticles prices
Table 47: Nickel nanoparticles producers
Table 48: Commercialization timeline for silicon oxide nanoparticles, 2010- 2020
Figure 28: Demand for silicon oxide nanoparticles, by applications, percentage, 2012
Figure 29: Demand for silicon oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 49: Demand for silicon oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 50: Silicon oxide nanoparticles prices
Table 51: Silicon oxide nanoparticles producers
Table 52: Optical Behavior of Pigmentary and Nanoparticle TiO2 Under Visible and UV Light
Table 53: Nanoparticle TiO2 market applications
Table 54: Commercialization timeline for titanium dioxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020
Figure 30: Demand for titanium dioxide nanoparticles, by applications, percentage, 2012
Figure 31: Demand for titanium dioxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 55: Demand for titanium dioxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 56: Titanium dioxide nanoparticles prices
Table 57: Titanium dioxide nanoparticles producers
Table 58: Commercialization timeline for yttrium oxide nanoparticles, 2010- 2020
Figure 32: Demand for yttrium oxide nanoparticles, by applications, percentage, 2012
Figure 33: Demand for yttrium oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 59: Demand for yttrium oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 60: Yttrium oxide nanoparticles prices
Table 61: Yttrium oxide nanoparticles producers
Table 62: Commercialization timeline for zinc oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020
Figure 34: Demand for zinc oxide nanoparticles, by applications, percentage, 2012
Figure 35: Demand for zinc oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 63: Demand for zinc oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 64: Zinc oxide nanoparticles prices
Table 65: Zinc oxide nanoparticles producers
Table 66: Commercialization timeline for zirconium oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020
Figure 36: Demand for zirconium oxide nanoparticles, by market
Figure 37: Demand for zirconium oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 67: Demand for zirconium oxide nanoparticles, 2010-2020, tons, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 68: Zirconium oxide nanoparticles prices
Table 69: Zirconium oxide nanoparticles producers
Figure 38: Nanomaterial Physico-Chemical Characteristics
Figure 39: Biodistribution of nanomaterials following exposure (adapted from Oberdorster et al., 2005).
Figure 40: Potential uptake of nanomaterials via the food chain.
Table 70: Number of nanotechnology patents published by country
Table 71: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the adhesives and sealants sector
Table 72: Global revenue estimates for the adhesives and sealants market impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 73: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the adhesives and sealants market
Table 74: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the aerospace and aviation sector
Table 75: Global revenue estimates for the aerospace and aviation market impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 76: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the aerospace and aviation market
Table 77: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the automotive sector
Table 78: Global revenue estimates for the automotive market impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 79: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the automotive market
Table 80: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the catalysts sector
Table 81: Global revenue estimates for the catalysts impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 82: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the catalysts market
Table 83: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the construction sector
Table 84: Global revenue estimates for the construction market impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 85: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the civil engineering, construction and exterior protection markets
Table 86: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the hygiene and sanitary sector
Table 87: Global revenue estimates for the cleaning and sanitary market impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 88: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the hygiene, cleaning and sanitary markets
Table 89: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the electronics sector
Table 90: Global revenue estimates for the electronics market impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 91: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the electronics, optoelectronics and photonics sectors
Table 92: Solar cell types, properties and producers
Figure 41: Efficiency and cost projections for first-, second- and thirdgeneration photovoltaic technology (wafers, thin-films, and advanced thinfilms, respectively)
Figure 42: Loss processes in a standard solar cell: (1) non-absorption of below band gap photons; (2) lattice thermalisation loss; (3) and (4) junction and contact voltage losses; (5) recombination loss.
Table 93: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the energy sector
Table 94: Global revenue estimates for the energy market impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 95: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the energy sector
Figure 43: Schematic of photocatalytic effect of nanoTio2
Table 96: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the environment, air and water sector
Table 97: Global revenue estimates for the environment, air and water sector impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 98: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the environment, air and water filtration sector
Table 99: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the food, agriculture and beverage sector
Table 100: Global revenue estimates for the food, agriculture and beverage sector impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 101: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the food, agriculture and beverage sector markets
Table 102: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the marine sector
Table 103: Global revenue estimates for marine sector impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 104: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the marine market
Table 105: Type of nanostructure for confirmed and likely nanomedicine applications and products
Figure 44: Applications for nanomedicine therapeutics (confirmed and likely)
Figure 45: Applications for nano medical devices (confirmed and likely)
Table 106: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the medical and life sciences sector
Table 107: Global revenue estimates for the medical and life sciences sectors impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 108: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the medical and life sciences market
Table 109: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the military sector
Table 110: Global revenue estimates for the military market impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 111: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the military and defence market
Table 112: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the packaging sector
Table 113: Global revenue estimates for the packaging market impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 114: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the packaging market
Figure 46: End user markets for nanocoatings and nanopaint
Table 115: Anti-fingerprint Nanocoatings: Principles, Properties, Effects, Applications and Companies
Table 116: Anti-bacterial Nanocoatings: Principles, Properties, Effects, Applications and Companies
Table 117: Anti-scratch/abrasion/wear-resistant Nanocoatings: Principles, Properties, Effects, Applications and Companies
Table 118: Anti-fouling and easy-to-clean Nanocoatings: Principles, Properties, Effects, Applications and Companies
Table 119: Self-cleaning (Bionic) NanoCoatings: Principles, Properties, Effects, Applications and Companies
Table 120: Self-cleaning (Photocatalytic) Coatings: Principles, Properties, Effects, Applications and Companies
Table 121: UV resistant Nanocoatings: Principles, Properties, Effects, Applications and Companies
Table 122: Thermal barrier and flame retardant nanocoatings: Principles, Properties, Effects, Applications and Companies
Table 123: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the paints and coatings sector
Table 124: Global revenue estimates for the paints and coatings sector impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 125: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the paints and coatings market
Figure 47: Nanomaterials applications in the cosmetics and personal care industry, 2012
Table 126: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the personal care and cosmetics sector
Table 127: Revenue estimates for the cosmetics and personal care industry impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 128: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the personal care and cosmetics market
Table 129: Polymer nanocomposites properties, development and applications
Table 130: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the plastics and rubber sector
Table 131: Global revenue estimates for the plastics and rubber impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 132: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the plastics and rubber market
Table 133: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the product security and anti-counterfeiting sector
Table 134: Global revenue estimates for the product security and anticounterfeiting market impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 135: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the product security and anti-counterfeiting sector market
Table 136: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the sensors market
Table 137: Global revenue estimates for the sensors market impacted by nmetal oxide nanoparticles
Table 138: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the sensors market
Table 139: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the sporting and consumer goods market
Table 140: Global revenue estimates for the sporting goods market impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 141: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the sporting goods market
Table 142: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the telecommunications sector
Table 143: Global revenue estimates for the telecommunications market impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 144: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the telecommunications market
Table 145: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the textiles sector
Table 146: Global revenue estimates for the textiles market impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 147: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the textiles market
Table 148: Commercialization timeline for metal oxide nanoparticles in the tools and metals sector
Table 149: Global revenue estimates for the tools and metals impacted by metal oxide nanoparticles
Table 150: Companies developing metal oxide nanoparticles for the tools and metals market

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