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Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

The World Market for Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials in Consumer Products, 2010-2015

Reportlinker Adds The World Market for Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials in Consumer Products, 2010-2015

Posted on May 24th, 2010

SUMMARY

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.

Report contents include:

- Applications by market and technology

- Market revenues to 2015

- Market drivers

- Over 255 company profiles

- Over 30 tables and figures

- Technology areas covered include metal oxide nanopowders, metal nanoparticles, nanocoatings, carbon nanotubes, carbon nanofibers, fullerenes and POSS, graphene, nanocapsules and quantum dots

- Consumer product market areas covered include automotive, clothing, food and beverage, household cleaning, external protection and paint, packaging and product security, personal care, cosmetics, dental and sunscreens and sporting goods.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 12

2 NANOMATERIALS IN CONSUMER PRODUCTS 17

2.1 Metal oxide nanopowders 17

2.1.1 Applications 17

2.1.2 Companies and products 18

2.2 Metal nanoparticles 21

2.2.1 Applications 21

2.2.2 Companies and products 22

2.3 Nanocoatings 23

2.3.1 Applications 23

2.3.2 Companies and products 24

2.4 Carbon nanotubes 29

2.4.1 Applications 29

2.4.2 Companies and products 31

2.5 Carbon nanofibers 35

2.5.1 Applications 35

2.5.2 Companies and products 36

2.6 Fullerenes and POSS 37

2.6.1 Applications 38

2.6.2 Companies and products 38

2.7 Graphene 41

2.7.1 Applications 41

2.7.2 Companies and products 42

2.8 Nanocapsules 44

2.8.1 Applications 44

2.8.2 Companies and products 44

2.9 Quantum dots 46

2.9.1 Applications 46

2.9.2 Companies and products 46

3 MARKETS 48

3.1 Automotive 48

3.1.1 Market revenues 2008-2015 50

3.2 Clothing 52

3.2.1 Market revenues 2008-2015 54

3.3 Electronics and computers 55

3.3.1 Market revenues 2008-2015 57

3.4 Food and beverage 59

3.4.1 Market revenues 2008-2015 62

3.5 Household cleaning, external protection and paint 63

3.5.1 Market revenues 2008-2015 66

3.6 Packaging and product security 67

3.6.1 Market revenues 2008-2015 69

3.7 Personal care, cosmetics, dental and sunscreens 70

3.7.1 Market revenues 2008-2015 71

3.8 Sporting goods 72

3.8.1 Market revenues 2008-2015 73

4 TECHNOLOGY PROVIDERS (257 PROFILES including technology

descriptions and market applications)

TABLES & FIGURES

Figure 1: Consumer products sector, by revenues, 2009

Figure 2: Consumer products sector, by revenues, 2015

Table 1: Market drivers in consumer products

Table 2: Applications timeline for metal nanopowders in consumer products

Table 3: Companies and products in metal nanopowders

Table 4: Applications timeline for metal nanoparticles

Table 5: Companies and products in metal nanoparticles

Table 6: Applications timeline for nanocoatings

Table 7: Companies and products in nanocoatings

Table 8: Applications timeline for carbon nanotubes

Table 9: Companies and products in carbon nanotubes

Table 10: Applications timeline for carbon nanofibers

Table 11: Companies and products in carbon nanofibers

Table 12: Applications timeline for fullerenes and POSS

Table 13: Companies and products in fullerenes

Table 14: Applications timeline for graphene

Table 15: Companies and products in graphene

Table 16: Applications timeline for nanocapsules

Table 17: Companies and products in nanocapsules

Table 18: Applications timeline for quantum dots

Table 19: Companies and products in quantum dots

Table 20: Nanomaterials in the automotive market

Figure 3: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the automotive market, 2008-2015

Table 21: Nanomaterials in the clothing market

Figure 4: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the clothing market, 2008-2015

Table 22: Nanomaterials in the electronics and computers market

Figure 5: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the electronics and computers

market, 2008-2015

Table 23: Nanomaterials in the food and beverage market

Figure 6: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the food and beverage market,

2008-2015

Table 24: Nanomaterials in the household cleaning, external protection and paint market

Figure 7: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the household cleaning, external

protection and paint market, 2008-2015

Table 25: Nanomaterials in the packaging and product security

Figure 8: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the packaging and product security

market, 2008-2015

Table 26: Nanomaterials in the personal care, cosmetics, dental and sunscreens market

Figure 9: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in the personal care, cosmetics, dental

and sunscreens markets, 2008-2015

Table 27: Nanomaterials in the in the sporting goods market

Figure 10: Revenues for nanotechnology and nanomaterials in sporting goods market, 2008-2015

To order this report:

Nanotechnology Industry: The World Market for Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials in Consumer Products, 2010-2015

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