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New Opportunities for Gold: Conductive Inks for the Electronics Industry 2013-2019

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Published Date » 2012-11-12
No. Of Pages » 72
   
 Gold is a precious metal that is used in the electronics industry due to its stability characteristics. In this report we look at the opportunity for gold-based inks in the printed electronics space, assessing it's potential penetration in applications varying from thin film transistors to emerging photovoltaics, photo-detectors and other types of sensors. 
   
 Gold is a precious metal that is used in the electronics industry due to its stability characteristics. In this report we look at the opportunity for gold-based inks in the printed electronics space, assessing it's potential penetration in applications varying from thin film transistors to emerging photovoltaics, photo-detectors and other types of sensors. 
   
 This report is looking to identify and assess the...
TABLE OF CONTENT

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
1.1. Situation Today
1.2. Market Opportunities

2. GOLD INK: METRICS AND COMPARISONS WITH SILVER AND COPPER

3. PRINTED ELECTRONICS: MARKETS OVERVIEW AND SIZE
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Definitions
3.3. Total market opportunity

4. POTENTIAL GOLD INK APPLICATIONS IN PRINTED ELECTRONICS
4.1. Transistors and Memory
4.2. Transistor and Memory academic research
4.3. OLED Displays/Lighting
4.4. Photovoltaics
4.5. Gold prospects in Photovoltaics
4.5.1. ENSOL
4.5.2. Use of gold in thin film PV
4.6. Conductors, edge connectors, sensors, stretchable electronics
4.7. Sensors Applications utilizing gold
4.7.1. ETH Zurich
4.7.2. Imperial College London
4.7.3. MC10, USA
4.7.4. Stretchable electronics and gold
4.8. Other - Piezoelectric energy harvesters
4.9. IBM Nano-printing of gold

5. MARKET FORECASTS FOR GOLD NANOPARTICLE INKS, 2013-2019
5.1. Market Assessments
5.2. Printed transistors and memory
5.3. Electrochemical Sensors including Organic Photodetectors
5.4. Other conductor applications
5.5. Further Comments
5.6. Conclusions

6. COMPANY PROFILES
6.1. ElectroScience Ltd
6.2. Harima
6.3. Johnson Matthey
6.4. Liquid X Printed Metals Inc.
6.5. Nanomade
6.6. NanoMas
6.7. Noritake
6.8. ULVAC

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