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Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c66058 ) has announced the addition of Nanotechnologies for Automotive and Transportation Applications to their offering.
This report describes nanotechnologies, nanomaterials, nanotechnology companies, universities and research centres related to nanotechnologies for the automotive and transportation industry. These industries are prime adopters of new technologies and have already commercialized nanotechnologies for various applications.
This report covers next generation applications including:
- Chrome Replacement Technology
- High-Strength Lightweight Components
- Wear Resistant Coatings
- Nanocatalysts for the reduction in unwanted engine emissions
- Fuel cell catalysts
- New cooling fluids and ferrofluids
- Hydrogen storage for fuel cells
- Functionalised textiles
- Filters for air control
- Electrochromic glasses
2. TECHNOLOGY PROVIDERS
2.1 FUEL CELLS AND ENERGY
2.2 LIGHTING AND DISPLAYS
2.5 STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS
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