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The Global Nonotechnology And Nanomaterials Industry - Stage Of Development, Global Activity And Market Opportunities

Future Markets Inc
Published Date » 2013-01-14
No. Of Pages » 502
   
 Nanotechnology applications and nanomaterials are being applied across a raft of industries due to their outstanding magnetic, optical, catalytic and electronic properties. There are already established market for nanomaterials including titanium dioxide, zinc oxide, silicon oxide nanopowders and carbon nanotubes, nanofibers, nanosilver, nanoclays, quantum dots and nanoporous materials driven by demand from applications in filtration, electronics, cosmetics, energy, medicine, chemicals, coatings and catalysts. Recent breakthroughs have heralded new market opportunities in graphene and nanocellulose. This new 502-page report from Future Market, Inc., the world's leading provider of nanotechnology and nanomaterials information and publisher of Nanotech Magazine, provides a...
Table of Contents

1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2 METHODOLOGY

3 NANOMATERIALS PRODUCTION: CURRENT AND PROJECTED
3.1 Applications of nanomaterials
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 CARBON NANOTUBES
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 CERIUM 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 COBALT 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 COPPER 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 FULLERENES AND POSS
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 GRAPHENE
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 GRAPHYNE
3.13.1 Properties
3.13.2 Commercialization timeline
3.13.3 Research centre profiles
3.14 GRAPHDIYNE
3.14.1 Properties
3.14.2 Commercialization timeline
3.14.3 Research centre profiles
3.15 GRAPHANE
3.15.1 Properties
3.15.2 Commercialization timeline
3.15.3 Research centre profiles
3.16 INDIUM TIN OXIDE
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 IRON 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 MAGNESIUM 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 MANGANESE 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
3.20 MOLYBDENUM DISULFIDE
3.20.1 Properties
3.20.2 Commercialization timeline
3.20.3 Research centre profiles
3.21 NANOCELLULOSE
3.21.1 Properties
3.21.2 Commercialization timeline
3.21.3 Demand by market
3.21.4 Production volumes, tons
3.21.5 Producers
3.22 NANOCLAYS
3.22.1 Properties
3.22.2 Commercialization timeline
3.22.3 Demand by market
3.22.4 Production volumes, tons
3.22.5 Prices
3.22.6 Producers
3.23 NANOFIBERS
3.23.1 Properties
3.23.2 Commercialization timeline
3.23.3 Demand by market
3.23.4 Production volumes, tons
3.23.5 Prices
3.23.6 Producers
3.24 NANO-PRECIPITATED CALCIUM CARBONATE
3.24.1 Properties
3.24.2 Commercialization timeline
3.24.3 Demand by market
3.24.4 Production volumes, tons
3.24.5 Prices
3.24.6 Producers
3.25 NANOSILVER
3.25.1 Properties
3.25.2 Commercialization timeline
3.25.3 Demand by market
3.25.4 Production volumes, tons
3.25.5 Prices
3.25.6 Producers
3.26 NICKEL
3.26.1 Properties
3.26.2 Commercialization timeline
3.26.3 Demand by market
3.26.4 Production volumes, tons
3.26.5 Prices
3.26.6 Producers
3.27 QUANTUM DOTS
3.27.1 Properties
3.27.2 Commercialization timeline
3.27.3 Demand by market
3.27.4 Production volumes, tons
3.27.5 Prices
3.27.6 Producers
3.28 SILICENE
3.28.1 Properties
3.28.2 Commercialization timeline
3.28.3 Research centre profiles
3.29 SILICON OXIDE
3.29.1 Properties
3.29.2 Commercialization timeline
3.29.3 Demand by market
3.29.4 Production volumes, tons
3.29.5 Prices
3.29.6 Producers
3.30 TITANIUM DIOXIDE
3.30.1 Properties
3.30.2 Commercialization timeline
3.30.3 Demand by market
3.30.4 Production volumes, tons
3.30.5 Prices
3.30.6 Producers
3.31 YTTRIUM OXIDE
3.31.1 Properties
3.31.2 Commercialization timeline
3.31.3 Demand by market
3.31.4 Production volumes, tons
3.31.5 Prices
3.31.6 Producers
3.32 ZINC OXIDE
3.32.1 Properties
3.32.2 Commercialization timeline
3.32.3 Demand by market
3.32.4 Production volumes, tons
3.32.5 Prices
3.32.6 Producers
3.33 ZIRCONIUM OXIDE
3.33.1 Properties
3.33.2 Commercialization timeline
3.33.3 Demand by market
3.33.4 Production volumes, tons
3.33.5 Prices
3.33.6 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 GLOBAL FUNDING AND GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES
7.1 United States
7.2 Japan
7.3 China
7.4 Russia
7.5 Germany
7.6 Taiwan
7.7 South Korea
7.8 United Kingdom
7.9 India
7.10 EC
7.11 Australia
7.12 Norway

8 MARKETS FOR NANOTECHNOLOGY AND NANOMATERIALS
8.1 ADHESIVES AND SEALANTS
8.1.1 Commercialization timeline
8.1.2 Revenues
8.1.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.2 AEROSPACE AND AVIATION
Coatings, Composites, Sensors, Fuel additives and propulsion, and flame retardants
8.2.1 Commercialization timeline
8.2.2 Revenues
8.2.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.3 AUTOMOTIVE
Coatings, Catalysts, Composites, Lubricants, Fuel cells, Fuel tanks, ESD materials, Fuel additives and Tires
8.3.1 Commercialization timeline
8.3.2 Revenues
8.3.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.4 CATALYSTS
8.4.1 Commercialization timeline
8.4.2 Revenues
8.4.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.5 CIVIL ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION AND EXTERIOR PROTECTION
Coatings, Construction Ceramics, Cement, Composites, Insulation
8.5.1 Commercialization timeline
8.5.2 Revenues
8.5.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.6 HYGIENE, CLEANING AND SANITARY INCLUDING HOMEWARE
8.6.1 Commercialization timeline
8.6.2 Revenues
8.6.3 Nanomaterials and applications
8.7 ELECTRONICS, OPTOELECTRONICS AND PHOTONICS
Coatings and films, Displays, Memory, Data Storage, Processing, Printable Electronics, Dielectrics, Thermal issipation and heat management, Organics photodiodes and photodetectors, Integrated circuits, Electroluminescent devices, Electronics packaging
8.7.1 Commercialization timeline
8.7.2 Revenues
8.7.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.8 ENERGY (INCLUDING OIL AND GAS)
Batteries, Photovoltaics, Lighting, Oil and Gas, Fuel Cells, Thermoelectricity, Wind Power
8.8.1 Commercialization timeline
8.8.2 Revenues
8.8.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.9 ENVIRONMENT, AIR AND WATER FILTRATION
Remediation, Water Filtration and Treatment, Air Purification
8.9.1 Commercialization timeline
8.9.2 Revenues
8.9.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.10 FOOD, AGRICULTURE AND BEVERAGE
Packaging, Coatings, Sensors
8.10.1 Commercialization timeline
8.10.2 Revenues
8.10.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.11 MARINE
8.11.1 Commercialization timeline
8.11.2 Revenues
8.11.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.12 MEDICAL AND LIFE SCIENCES
Coatings, Drug Delivery, Diagnostics, Implants, Dental
8.12.1 Commercialization timeline
8.12.2 Revenues
8.12.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.13 MILITARY AND DEFENCE
Coatings, Security and Protection, Uniforms, Fire Retardants, ESD shielding
and electronics, Sensors
8.13.1 Commercialization timeline
8.13.2 Revenues
8.13.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.14 PACKAGING
Food and consumer products, Security and barcodes
8.14.1 Commercialization timeline
8.14.2 Revenues
8.14.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.15 PAINTS AND COATINGS
8.15.1 Commercialization timeline
8.15.2 Revenues
8.15.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.16 PERSONAL CARE
Cosmetics, fragrances and perfumes, toothpaste, skin care, hair care
8.16.1 Commercialization timeline
8.16.2 Revenues
8.16.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.17 PLASTICS AND RUBBER, INCLUDING FLAME RETARDANTS
8.17.1 Commercialization timeline
8.17.2 Revenues
8.17.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.18 PRODUCT SECURITY AND ANTI-COUNTERFEITING
8.18.1 Commercialization timeline
8.18.2 Revenues
8.18.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.19 SENSORS
8.19.1 Commercialization timeline
8.19.2 Revenues
8.19.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.20 SPORTING GOODS
8.20.1 Commercialization timeline
8.20.2 Revenues
8.20.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.21 TELECOMMUNICATIONS 468
8.21.1 Commercialization timeline
8.21.2 Revenues
8.21.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.22 TEXTILES 471
8.22.1 Commercialization timeline
8.22.2 Revenues
8.22.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies
8.23 TOOLS AND METALS
8.23.1 Commercialization timeline
8.23.2 Revenues
8.23.3 Nanomaterials, applications and companies

9 REFERENCES

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