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Home > Press > Research and Markets: The World Market for Atomic Force Microscopes - the Economic Downturn Has Affected Sales, a Trend Which Will Continue to 2011

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Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "The World Market For Atomic Force Microscopes" report to their offering.

Research and Markets: The World Market for Atomic Force Microscopes - the Economic Downturn Has Affected Sales, a Trend Which Will Continue to 2011

Dublin, Ireland | Posted on December 16th, 2009

The AFM market was valued at US$572.3million globally in 2008. The current economic downturn has affected sales, a trend which will continue to 2010-2011; however sales will remain relatively healthy. There are 14 companies in the AFM market, making it extremely competitive. Main markets are semiconductors and data storage, nanotechnology/nanomaterials and bio-med and life sciences

Report Contents:

* World and regional markets for Atomic Force Microscopes (AFM)
* Market structures, market drivers and restraints, key areas of growth, key sectors, technical challenges
* Key end user markets
* Company profiles
* Over 60 tables and figures

Key Topics Covered:

1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2 REPORT METHODOLOGY

3 MARKET SUMMARY

4 PRODUCTS 4.1 ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPE (AFM) 4.1.1 Introduction 4.1.2 Current AFM world market 4.1.3 AFM market structure 4.1.4 Markets for future growth, critical factors and challenges 4.1.5 Market drivers and restraints 4.1.6 Key players, products and market share 4.1.6.1 Market share, by percentage 4.1.7 World AFM market revenues, 2004-2015, total 4.1.8 World AFM market revenues, 2004-2015, by end user 4.1.9 World Market for AFMs, by region

5 MARKETS FOR ADVANCED MICROSCOPES

5.1 SEMICONDUCTORS 5.1.1 Market Drivers 5.1.2 Total world revenues in semiconductors end user market, 2004-2015

5.2 NANOMATERIALS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY 5.2.1 Market drivers 5.2.2 Market revenues forecast 5.2.3 Total world revenues in nanotechnology/nanomaterials end user market, 2004-2015

5.3 BIOMEDICAL AND LIFE SCIENCES 5.3.1 Market drivers 5.3.2 Total world revenues in bio-medicine and life sciences end users market, 2004-2015

5.4 POLYMERS 5.4.1 Market drivers 5.4.2 Total world revenues in polymers end user market, 2004-2015

5.5 METALS 5.5.1 Market drivers 5.5.2 Total world revenues in metals end user market, 2004-2015

5.6 CERAMICS 5.6.1 Market drivers 5.6.2 Total world revenues in ceramics end user market, 2004-2015

5.7 THIN FILM TRANSISTORS 5.7.1 Market drivers 5.7.2 Total world revenues in thin films end user market, 2004-2015

5.8 FIBER OPTICS 5.8.1 Market drivers 5.8.2 Total world revenues in fiber optics end user market, 2004-2015

6 ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPE COMPANIES (13 PROFILES)

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