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Key Challenges and Issues facing the World Carbon Nanotubes Market

London, UK | Posted on September 18th, 2008

World Carbon Nanotubes Market

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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Carbon Nanotubes in US$ Million. The major product segments analyzed are Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes, and Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes.The major end use segments discussed are R&D Institutes/Laboratories, Electronics, Field Emission Devices, Composites, and Others (Predominantly Fuel Cells & Batteries). The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Annual forecasts are provided for each region for the period of 2001 through 2015. The report profiles 94 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as Catalyx Nanotech Inc., Hyperion Catalysis International, Inc., ILJIN Nanotech Co., Ltd., Nanocyl S.A., Nanoledge, Raymor Industries, Inc., Rosseter Holdings Ltd., Shenzhen Nanotech Port Co., Ltd., SouthWest NanoTechnologies, Inc., Sun Nanotech Co., Ltd., and Unidym Inc. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

CARBON NANOTUBES MCP-1507
A GLOBAL STRATEGIC BUSINESS REPORT


CONTENTS


I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS
Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1
Disclaimers I-2
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-2
Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3
Product Segments I-3
Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes I-3
Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes I-4
End-Use Sectors I-4
R&D Institutes/Laboratories I-4
Electronics I-4
Field Emission Devices I-4
Composites I-4
Others End-Use Applications I-5


II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. Introduction to Nanotechnology II-1
Nanotechnology - An Overview II-1
Introduction II-1
The Coming of Nano-Age II-1
Expect the Unexpected II-1
A Conceptual Definition II-1
Commercial Applications of Nanotechnology II-2
Regional Analysis by Companies II-3
Table 1: Worldwide Nanotechnology Market (2004):
Distribution of Nanotechnology Based Establishments (Large
Companies, Subsidiaries/Joint Ventures, Small
Companies/Start Ups and Universities/Research Institutes) in
North America, Europe, and Asia (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-3
Future Prospects II-3

2. Carbon Nanotubes - An Overview II-5
Carbon Nanotubes - A Huge Potential Market II-5
Escalating Demand II-5
Revenues On the Rise II-5
Cost Constraints to be Resolved II-5
Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes Drive the Market II-6
Low Price - An Advantage II-6
Applications II-6
Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes - A Burgeoning Market II-6
Current and Future Applications II-6
Research Institutions - Exploiting New Applications and
Techniques II-7
Creation of Research Centers II-7
Key Research Centers II-7
Commercialization - Future Prospects for Carbon Nanotubes II-8
Reasons For Delay II-8
Future Scenario II-8
Emerging as Key Product in Various Applications II-8
Future Applications II-8
Partnership Agreements Spur the Market II-9

3. Market Trends and Issues II-10
Production Costs Surpass Potential Benefits II-10
Different Means to Surmount Low Production II-10
Innovation and Quality Drive Growth II-10
End-Users - Demand Variety Products II-10
Improved Production Methods II-10
Development of New Technologies II-11
Enhanced Production Techniques Offer Various Advantages II-11
Partnership Agreements Develop New Techniques and Products II-11
Exploitation of Resources II-11
Increase in Research & Development Activities II-12
Evolution of R&D Centers II-12
Private Startups and Research Institutions II-12
Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes - A Boon to the Market II-12
Reasons for Low Production II-13
Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes Perspective II-13
Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes Play a Major Role II-13
End-Use Perspective II-13
Non-Volatile Memories II-13
Field Emission Devices II-14
Composites II-14
Batteries and Fuel Cell Applications II-14
Sensors II-14
Other Applications II-14
Investment Issues and High Costs Setback Rapid Commercialization II-15
Acquisition of Intellectual Property Rights II-15
Patents Offer Multiple Advantages II-15
Companies and Research Institutions Holding Patents II-15
Patents - Analysis by End-Use Sector II-16
Challenging Issues II-16

4. Global Market Analysis II-17
Analysis by Geographic Region II-17
Analysis by Product Segment II-17
Analysis by End-Use Sector II-17
Carbon Nanotubes II-17
Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes II-17
Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes II-18

5. Product Overview & Processing Techniques II-19
Overview & Definition II-19
History II-19
Introduction II-19
Properties II-20
Uses II-20
Product Categories II-20
Single Walled Carbon Nanotube II-20
Overview II-20
Properties II-20
Production Processes II-21
Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes II-21
Overview II-21
Performs Various Functions II-21
Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes Vs Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes II-21
Processing Techniques II-22
Laser Ablation II-22
Arc Discharge or Pulsed laser Vaporization II-22
Chemical Vapor Deposition II-22
Disadvantage II-22
Gas-Phase Processing II-22

6. End-Use Sectors - An Overview II-23
Applications II-23
Budding Markets II-23
End-Use Sectors II-23
R&D Institutes/Laboratories - Everlasting End-User II-23
Field Emission Devices - Emerging Potential Market II-24
Field Emission Cathode II-24
X-ray II-24
Field Emission Display II-24
Electronics II-25
Applications II-25
Carbon Nanotubes Expected to Replace Existing Transistors II-25
Composites II-25
Applications II-25
Plastics II-26
Health and Life Sciences II-26
Others II-26
Nonvolatile Memory Devices II-27
Fuel Cells II-27
Batteries II-27
Sensors II-27
Super Capacitors II-28
Television II-28
Biomechanical Applications II-28
Nanowires II-28
End-Use Applications - Commercialization Time Grid II-28

7. Research and Development II-29
Carbon Nanotubes to Assist Cancer Treatment II-29
Carbon Nanotubes' Study at Notre Dame University II-29
NanoSensors Tests Carbon Nanotubes Devices II-29
Encapsulation and Stabilization of Beta-Carotene in Carbon
Nanotubes II-29
Reverse Engineering of Carbon Nanotubes II-30
Researchers Produce Vertical Single and Double Walled Carbon
Nanotubes II-30
NanoHand Project for Automated Handling of Carbon Nanotubes II-30

8. Technological Developments II-32
IBM Develops an Evaluation Technique for Carbon Nanotubes II-32
Novel Method for Identical Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes II-32
Caltech Researchers Discover New Property of Carbon Nanotubes II-32
Nantero Develop Method to Use Carbon Nanotubes in Wafer
Fabrication Facilities II-32
Samsung to Utilize Carbon Nanotubes in LCD TVs II-33
Innovative Techniques to Employ Carbon Nanotubes in Electronic
Devices II-33
Bayer MaterialScience Introduces Baytubes II-33
Innovative Carbon Nanotubes Devices to Detect Gene Mutations II-33
MIT Researchers Manipulate Carbon Nanotubes II-34
Motorola Builds Sensors Based on Carbon Nanotubes II-34
Double-Walled Carbon Nanotubes for Power-Saving Display Panels II-34
MIT Researchers Develop Carbon Nanotube Ultracapacitors II-34
Efficient Manufacturing Process for Carbon Nanotubes II-35
Nanocyl Introduces Innovative Industrial Reactor to Produce
Carbon Nanotubes II-35
University of Texas Launches a New Method to Manufacture
Nanotube Sheets II-35
University of California Designs Innovative Process to
Manufacture Supercapacitors II-35
Johnson Space Center Develops New Method to Align and Assemble
Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes II-35
Seoul University and Sungkyunkwan University Introduces a New
Separation Process II-36
Ames Research Center Rolls Out New Process for Manufacturing
Carbon Nanotubes II-36
Nanoledge Launched New Technique for Developing Fibers using
Carbon Nanotubes II-36
California Institute of Technology Rolls Out New Technique II-36
IBM Pioneers New Method to Increase Efficiency of Light Using
Carbon Nanotubes II-36

9. Product Innovations/Introductions II-37
Nanocyl Displays Extensive Products II-37
Ahwahnee Technology Debuts Carbon Nanotubes Innovation Kit(tm) II-37
Nanomix Rolls Out Universal Detection Platform Based on
Sensation(tm) Nanotubes II-37
Superconductivity Technology Center Develops Single Walled
Carbon Nanotubes II-37
Johnson Space Center Uses Diamond Coated Carbon Nanotubes to
Develop Field Emission Cathodes II-38
Pacific Fuel Cell Purchases Chemical Vapor Deposition System
to Manufacture Carbon Nanotubes II-38
Ames Research Center Engineers Carbon Nanotube Based Gears II-38
University of Illinois Introduces Glucose Sensor Using Carbon
Nanotubes II-38
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Develops Carbon Nanotube Brushes II-38
Zyvex Unveils New Product Family II-39
Researchers at University of North Carolina Uses Carbon
Nanotubes in Designing X-Ray II-39
NASA's Johnson Space Center to Develop Electrodes from Carbon
Nanotubes II-39
Ames Research Center Introduces a Range of Multi Walled Carbon
Nanotubes II-39
University of Texas Uses Carbon Nanotubes Develop Transparent
Ribbons II-39
Nanocyl Introduces New Product to its Carbon Nanotubes Product
Line II-39
Tailored Materials Debuts New NanoCarbonMats II-40
Researchers at University of California and University of
Clemson (S.C.) Identifies Y-Shaped Nanotubes for Transistors II-40

10. Recent Industry Activity II-41
Bayer Material Science AG Signs an Agreement with Brenntag
Schweizerhall AG II-41
AIXTRON Takes Over Nano Instruments II-41
Zeox Acquires Stake in Nano Clays II-41
Catalytic Materials Forms Joint Venture with Catalyx Inc II-41
Arrowhead Research Acquires Carbon Nanotechnologies II-41
Brenntag Collaborates with Buehler II-42
SouthWest NanoTechnologies to Build a New Plant II-42
Bayer Material Science to Establish Second Production Line II-42
Unidym Enters into a Strategic Alliance II-42
Raymor Industries Expands Presence in Asia II-42
Raymor to Provide Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes II-43
Mitsui and Rice Collaborate with Team of Scientists II-43
GSI Creos to Develop Carbon Nanotubes II-43
Los Alamos Forms Joint Venture with CNT Technologies II-43
Nanocyl Joins Forces with Vantage Resin Systems II-43
Raymor Starts C-SWNT Production Using New Technique II-44
Keithley's Model 4200 Meets New IEEE 1650TM-2005 Standard II-44
NanoPolaris Changes Name to Unidym II-44
NanoPolaris Acquires Unidym II-44
CNT Technologies Selects CVD Equipment II-44
Bayer MaterialScience and Bayer Technology Services Collaborate II-44
Arkema Expands Capacity II-45
Nano-Proprietary Inks Pact to Form Venture with Da Ling II-45
Shimane Masuda Electronics and Nano-Proprietary Enters into
Agreement II-45
Raymor Nanotech Initiates Carbon Nanotube Plant II-45
Nantero Collaborates with ON Semiconductor II-45
SouthWest NanoTechnologies Acquires License from NEC II-45
NanoDynamics Receives Patent on Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Structures II-45
CSIRO Collaborates With University of Texas Dallas II-46
AP&C Bags EADS Order for Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes II-46
Tailored Materials Establishes New Manufacturing Facility II-46
INSEQ Inks Agreement with Cheap Tubes II-46
Pacific Fuel Cell Obtains Rights to Carbon Nanotube Membrane
Electrode Assembly II-47
Raymor Industries Teams Up with Institute National de la
Recherche Scientifique II-47
NanoDynamics Signs Agreement with Nanocyl II-47
Carbon Nanotechnologies Expands Pilot Plant Facility II-47
ObjectSoft Signs Agreement with RES II-47
Carbon Nanotechnologies Merges with C Sixty II-47
Los Alamos National Laboratory Inks Agreement with Carbon
Designs II-47
Nantero and Brewer Science Sign Agreement II-48
Carbon Nanotechnologies Acquires 30 Patents II-48

11. Focus on Select Global Players II-49
Catalyx Nanotech Inc. (USA) II-49
Hyperion Catalysis International, Inc. (USA) II-49
ILJIN Nanotech Co., Ltd. (South Korea) II-49
Nanocyl S.A. (Belgium) II-49
Nanoledge (France) II-50
Raymor Industries, Inc. (Canada) II-51
Rosseter Holdings Ltd. (Cyprus) II-51
Shenzhen Nanotech Port Co., Ltd. (China) II-51
SouthWest NanoTechnologies, Inc. (USA) II-52
Sun Nanotech Co., Ltd. (China) II-52
Unidym Inc. (USA) II-52

12. Focus on Select R&D Institutes/Laboratories II-53
Ames Research Center (USA) II-53
California Institute of Technology (USA) II-53
GE Global Research (USA) II-53
IBM Research (USA) II-54
Johnson Space Center (USA) II-54
Motorola Labs (USA) II-54
Philips Research (The Netherlands) II-55
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (South Korea) II-55
University of California (USA) II-55
University of Texas (USA) II-56

13. Global Market Perspective II-57
Table 2: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Carbon Nanotubes by Geographic Region - US, Europe,
Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Million for Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-57

Table 3: World Long-term Projections for Carbon Nanotubes by
Geographic Region - US, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including
Japan), and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-58

Table 4: World 10-Year Perspective for Carbon Nanotubes by
Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for
US, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World
Markets for Years 2003, 2008 & 2012 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-59

Table 5: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes by Geographic Region - US,
Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Million for Years 2001 through 2010 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-60

Table 6: World Long-term Projections for Single Walled Carbon
Nanotubes by Geographic Region - US, Europe, Asia-Pacific
(including Japan), and Rest of World Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years
2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-61

Table 7: World 10-Year Perspective for Single Walled Carbon
Nanotubes by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of
Dollar Sales for US, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan),
and Rest of World Markets for Years 2003, 2008 & 2012
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-62

Table 8: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes by Geographic Region - US,
Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Million for Years 2001 through 2010 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-63

Table 9: World Long-term Projections for Multi Walled Carbon
Nanotubes by Geographic Region - US, Europe, Asia-Pacific
(including Japan), and Rest of World Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years
2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-64

Table 10: World 10-Year Perspective for Multi Walled Carbon
Nanotubes by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of
Dollar Sales for US, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan),
and Rest of World Markets for Years 2003, 2008 & 2012
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-65

Table 11: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Carbon Nanotubes by End-Use Sector - R&D Institutes/
Laboratories, Electronics, Field Emission Devices, Composites,
and Other End-Use Sector (inclusive of Fuel Cells & Batteries)
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Million for Years 2001 through 2010 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-66

Table 12: World Long-term Projections for Carbon Nanotubes by
End-Use Sector - R&D Institutes/Laboratories, Electronics,
Field Emission Devices, Composites, and Other End-Use Sector
(inclusive of Fuel Cells & Batteries) Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years
2011 through 2015(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-67

Table 13: World 10-Year Perspective for Carbon Nanotubes by
End-Use Sector - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for R&D
Institutes/Laboratories, Electronics, Field Emission Devices,

Composites, and Other End-Use Sector (inclusive of Fuel Cells
& Batteries) Markets for Years 2003, 2008 & 2012 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-68

Table 14: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes by End-Use Sector - R&D
Institutes/Laboratories, Electronics, Field Emission Devices,
Composites, and Other End-Use Sector (inclusive of Fuel Cells
& Batteries) Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
Figures in US$ Million for Years 2001 through 2010 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-69

Table 15: World Long-term Projections for Single Walled Carbon
Nanotubes by End-Use Sector - R&D Institutes/ Laboratories,
Electronics, Field Emission Devices, Composites, and Other
End-Use Sector (inclusive of Fuel Cells & Batteries) Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-70

Table 16: World 10-Year Perspective for Single Walled Carbon
Nanotubes by End-Use Sector - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar
Sales for R&D Institutes/Laboratories, Electronics, Field
Emission Devices, Composites, and Other End-Use Sector
(inclusive of Fuel Cells & Batteries) Markets for Years 2003,
2008 & 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-71

Table 17: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes by End-Use Sector - R&D
Institutes/Laboratories, Electronics, Field Emission Devices,
Composites, and Other End-Use Sector (inclusive of Fuel Cells
& Batteries) Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
Figures in US$ Million for Years 2001 through 2010 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-72

Table 18: World Long-term Projections for Multi Walled Carbon
Nanotubes by End-Use Sector - R&D Institutes/ Laboratories,
Electronics, Field Emission Devices, Composites, and Other
End-Use Sector (inclusive of Fuel Cells & Batteries) Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Million for Years 2011 through 2015(includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-73

Table 19: World 10-Year Perspective for Multi Walled Carbon
Nanotubes by End-Use Sector - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar
Sales for R&D Institutes/Laboratories, Electronics, Field
Emission Devices, Composites, and Other End-Use Sector
(inclusive of Fuel Cells & Batteries) Markets for Years 2003,
2008 & 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-74


III. MARKET

1. The United States III-1
A.Market Analysis III-1
Current and Future Analysis III-1
Nanotechnology - An Overview III-1
Table 20: Nanotechnology Market in the US (2004):
Percentage Breakdown Depicting Distribution of
Nanotechnology Based Companies by State - California,
Massachusetts, New York, Texas, Pennsylvania, Illinois,
Ohio, New Jersey, Colorado, New Mexico, Florida, Michigan,
Arizona, Minnesota, North Carolina, Washington, Maryland,
Nevada, Tennessee, Wisconsin,Connecticut, Virginia, and
Other States (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-2
Carbon Nanotubes Market III-3
Issues and Trends III-3
Research Institutes and their Involvement in Developing
Carbon Nanotubes III-3
Technological Developments III-4
Product Launches/Developments III-6
Strategic Corporate Developments III-9
Select Players III-12
Catalyx Nanotech Inc. III-12
Hyperion Catalysis International, Inc. III-13
SouthWest NanoTechnologies, Inc. III-13
Unidym Inc. III-13
Research Institutions III-14
Ames Research Center III-14
California Institute of Technology III-14
GE Global Research III-14
IBM Research III-15
Johnson Space Center III-15
Motorola Labs III-16
University of California III-16
University of Texas III-17
B.Market Analytics III-17
Table 21: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Carbon Nanotubes by Product Segment - Single walled Carbon
Nanotube and Multi walled Carbon Nanotube Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Million for Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) III-17

Table 22: US Long-term Projections for Carbon Nanotubes by
Product Segment - Single walled Carbon Nanotube and Multi
walled Carbon Nanotube Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-18

Table 23: US 10-Year Perspective for Carbon Nanotubes by
Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for
Single walled Carbon Nanotubes and Multi walled Carbon
Nanotube Markets for Years 2003, 2008 & 2012 III-18

2. Europe III-19
A.Market Analysis III-19
Current and Future Analysis III-19
Nanotechnology - An Overview III-19
Carbon Nanotubes Market III-19
Focus on Select Market III-20
The United Kingdom III-20
Key Academic Institutes in Nano Research III-20
Technological Developments III-20
Product Launches/Developments III-21
Strategic Corporate Developments III-21
Select Players / R&D Institutions III-22
Nanocyl S.A. (Belgium) III-22
Nanoledge (France) III-23
Rosseter Holdings Ltd. (Cyprus) III-23
Philips Research (The Netherlands) III-24
B.Market Analytics III-25
Table 24: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Carbon Nanotubes by Product Segment - Single walled
Carbon Nanotubes and Multi walled Carbon Nanotubes Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$
Million for Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) III-25

Table 25: European Long-term Projections for Carbon
Nanotubes by Product Segment - Single walled Carbon Nanotube
and Multi walled Carbon Nanotube Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years
2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-26

Table 26: European 10-Year Perspective for Carbon Nanotubes
by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales
for Single walled Carbon Nanotubes and Multi walled Carbon
Nanotube Markets for Years 2003, 2008 & 2012 III-26

3. Asia-Pacific III-27
A.Market Analysis III-27
Current and Future Analysis III-27
Nanotechnolgy - An Overview III-27
Carbon Nanotubes III-27
Overview III-27
Focus on Select Markets III-28
Australia - Part of a Tiny Revolution III-28
Nanotechnology - An Overview III-28
Challenges for Nanotechnology Development in Australia III-28
Carbon Nanotubes Market III-28
Future Applications III-29
China III-29
Nanotechnology - An Overview III-29
Government Takes the R&D Initiative III-29
Chinese Agencies Involved in Nanotech III-30
Nation's First Nanometer Technology Industrial Base Set
up in Tianjin III-30
Carbon Nanotubes Market III-30
India III-30
Japan III-31
Nanotechnology - An Overview III-31
Carbon Nanotubes Market III-31
Nanotechnology Consortium - An Interface for Technology
Transfer III-32
Future Applications III-32
South Korea III-33
Nanotechnology - An Overview III-33
Ministry of Science & Technology Takes Initiative for
Nanotech Funding III-33
Nanotech R&D Efforts III-33
Carbon Nanotubes Market III-33
Technological Development III-33
Strategic Corporate Developments III-33
Select Players / R&D Institutions III-35
ILJIN Nanotech Co., Ltd. (South Korea) III-35
Shenzhen Nanotech Port Co., Ltd. (China) III-35
Sun Nanotech Co., Ltd. (China) III-35
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (South Korea) III-36
B.Market Analytics III-36
Table 27: Asia-Pacific (including Japan) Recent Past,
Current & Future Analysis for Carbon Nanotubes by Product
Segment - Single walled Carbon Nanotubes and Multi walled
Carbon Nanotubes Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2001 through 2010
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-36

Table 28: Asia-Pacific (including Japan) Long-term
Projections for Carbon Nanotubes by Product Segment - Single
walled Carbon Nanotube and Multi walled Carbon Nanotube
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-37

Table 29: Asia-Pacific (including Japan) 10-Year Perspective
for Carbon Nanotubes by Product Segment - Percentage
Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Single walled Carbon
Nanotubes and Multi walled Carbon Nanotube Markets for
Years 2003, 2008 & 2012 III-37

4. Rest of World III-38
A.Market Analysis III-38
Current and Future Analysis III-38
Focus on Select Markets III-38
Canada III-38
Universities and Government Agencies Involved in Carbon
Nanotubes Research III-38
Israel III-38
Carbon Nanotubes Market III-39
Strategic Corporate Developments III-39
Raymor Industries, Inc. - A Major Canadian Player III-40
B.Market Analytics III-41
Table 30: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future
Analysis for Carbon Nanotubes by Product Segment - Single
walled Carbon Nanotubes and Multi walled Carbon Nanotubes
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Million for Years 2001 through 2010 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) III-41

Table 31: Rest of World Long-term Projections for Carbon
Nanotubes by Product Segment - Single walled Carbon Nanotube
and Multi walled Carbon Nanotube Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years
2011 through 2015(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-42

Table 32: Rest of World 10-Year Perspective for Carbon
Nanotubes by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of
Dollar Sales for Single walled Carbon Nanotube and Multi
walled Carbon Nanotube Markets for Years 2003, 2008 & 2012 III-42


IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE


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