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Home > Press > New Report Analyzes and Forecasts the Prospects for Organic Electronics Materials in the Coming Eight Years

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Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c78266 ) has announced the addition of Organic Harvest: Opportunities in Organic Electronic Materials to their offering.

New Report Analyzes and Forecasts the Prospects for Organic Electronics Materials in the Coming Eight Years

DUBLIN, Ireland | Posted on January 2nd, 2008

"Organic electronics" is widely proposed as a platform for a broad and growing range of electronics products. Small organic LED displays already generate hundreds of millions of dollars. Larger OLED displays will penetrate the television market in the not-too-distant future. Considerable resources are being thrown into making substantial businesses out of organic RFIDs, backplanes based on organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs) and organic solar cells. Organic electronics-based sensors, memory and lighting are not far behind.

As a result of these innovations, conductive polymers, organic photovoltaic materials and other "organics" used in organic electronics have prospects for moving from a markets measured in kilograms to ones measured in metric tons. At the same time interest in organic electronics is spurring considerable research activity and new product innovations. Small molecule inks, hybrid organic/inorganic materials, and even biological materials are being commercialized for use in various electronics applications.

However, there are also challenges. Organic materials typically exhibit conductivities that are orders of magnitude lower than the silicon semiconductor industry has come to expect. There are also remain major issues about environmental stability of such materials; issues that are spurring growth for encapsulation/barrier materials. And in some quarters there are serious questions being raised about whether organic electronics may not ultimately fail, its role in large-area and thin-film electronics stolen by cheaper and better performing inorganic nanomaterials.

This report analyzes and forecasts the prospects for organic electronics materials in the coming eight years. In the report, we review the range of materials currently be utilized for organic electronics applications and explore interesting research directions that are being taken in universities and industrial labs. We also investigate how the organic materials markets are changing and being changed by manufacturing approaches and how the recent developments are enabling new and improved organic electronics devices.

The report also includes approximately 20 strategic profiles of leading suppliers of materials for organic electronics, and forecasts of demand for these materials in both revenues and volume terms. In these forecasts we break out the market by type of material, manufacturing technology and application.

Content Outline:

Executive Summary:

E.1 Summary of opportunities in the organic electronics materials space

E.1.1 Opportunities for materials suppliers

E.1.2 How new development in organic electronics materials is enabling new applications

E.2 Recent research and developments

E.3 Firms to watch

E.3.1 Strategic investments

E.4 Summary of eight-year projections of organic electronics materials

Chapter One: Introduction

Chapter Two: Evolution of Materials for Organic Electronics

Chapter Three: Evolution of Manufacturing with Organic Electronic Materials

Chapter Four: Impact on Organic Electronics Devices

Chapter Five: Profiles

Chapter Six: Eight-Year Forecasts

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