Albany, New York (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
Nanomaterials are being applied across a raft of industries and technologies due to their outstanding magnetic, optical, catalytic and electronic properties, which depend greatly on their size, structure, and shape. The Global Market for Nanomaterials 2002-2016 is the most comprehensive study ever conducted on the nanomaterials market, which will greatly impact all industries in the coming years.
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Future Markets conservatively estimates the 2011 worldwide production of nanomaterials to be more than 270,000 tons, a tenfold increase from 2002. Optimistic market estimates are also covered in the report.
The production volume in 2016 is conservatively estimated to reach 350,000 tons, driven by demand from applications in electronics, energy, medicine, chemicals, coatings and catalysts.
The market is forecasted from 2002 through to 2016. End user markets are also outlined. The report covers metal oxide nanopowders; carbon nanotubes; fullerenes and POSS; graphene; nanocellulose; nanoclays; nanofibers; nanosilver; and quantum dots.
WHAT DOES THE REPORT INCLUDE?
- Comprehensive quantitative data and forecasts for the global nanomaterials markets from 2002 to 2016
- Market growth forecasts
- Regulatory guidelines for nanomaterials
- Qualitative insight and perspective on the current market and future trends in end user markets based on interviews with key executives
- End user market analysis
- Over 150 tables and figures illustrating market size by volume, revenues and by end user demand
- Over 400 full company profiles of nanomaterials producers including technology descriptions, revenues, contact details, and end user markets for their products
THE GLOBAL NANOTECHNOLOGY AND NANOMATERIALS INDUSTRY - Stage Of Development, Global Activity And Market Opportunities
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 comprehensive insight into all aspects of the market for these materials.
Nanomaterials Production 2002-2016: Production volumes, revenues and end user market demand
Nanomaterials are being applied across a raft of industries and technologies due to their outstanding magnetic, optical, catalytic and electronic properties, which depend greatly on their size, structure, and shape. Nanomaterials Production 2002-2016 is the only market study ever conducted on how much nanomaterials are produced.The report covers metal oxide nanopowders; carbon nanotubes; fullerenes and POSS; graphene; nanoclays; nanofibers; nanosilver; and quantum dots.
The World Market for Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials in Consumer Products
There is a wide-range of products currently on the market incorporating nanomaterials, from golf clubs and ski wax to advanced display technologies in consumer electronics and self-cleaning surfaces in the home. Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in consumer products were approximately US$1545 million in 2009. The electronics, automotive and household care segments markets generate the greatest revenues at present. These markets will continue to grow to 2015, with the food and personal care sectors also witnessing significant growth.
The market for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in consumer products is expected to more than triple to $5335million by 2015, driven by the demand for innovative new products and increased competition in the consumer electronics and household cleaning products segments. Most applications at present exploit advanced material properties by adding nanoparticles either in the bulk material or on the surface. Modifying surface composition allows for enhanced features including scratch resistance, water repellency, reflectivity and photo activity and combinations thereof. Next generation products are likely to incorporate nanomaterials with multi-functional, smart capabilities.
This new 256 page report from leading technology publisher Future Markets, Inc. provides a comprehensive analysis of these exciting new markets through to 2015 and beyond.