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Market Publishers Ltd informs that new in-demand nanotechnology market research reports by Future Markets, Inc have been added to its catalogue.

Topical Nanotechnology Market Research Reports

London | Posted on November 26th, 2010

The Global Market for Nanostructured Coatings. The global market for nanostructured coatings was $1120million in 2009, growing to $3515million by 2015. Nanostructured coatings are opening up new market opportunities in the global coatings arena. The report covers production methods and coating types, details on key market players, market structures, market drivers and revenues, information on key end-use markets and major companies' profiles …

The World Market for Nanocomposites (Metal Nanoparticles, Nanotubes, Nanoclays, Nanofibers, Graphene, Fullerenes and Poss). The largest application markets for nanocomposites in 2009 were plastics and packaging ($49.5million), aerospace and aviation ($45.4million, including military) and automotive ($28.35). By 2017 annual global revenues are projected to be approximately US$1040.5million. The market for clay nanocomposites will continue to grow in the packaging sector. The report addresses major issues within the market - revenues, product lines, market players, market drivers and overall structure …

The World Market for Nanofibers: Markets, Key Players and Revenues (published October 2010). Global revenues for nanofibers were an estimated US$79.5million in 2009, growing to around $334million by 2017. Main markets at present are in air and water filtration and textiles. New market applications are coming on stream in electronics (heat management), energy (batteries, catalysts and fuel cells) and medicine and life sciences (wound dressings, drug delivery and tissue engineering). The study offers a deep insight into the industry incorporating competitive analysis of the market statistics …

The World Market for Nanoclays: Applications, Products, End User Markets, Companies and Revenues. The world market for nanoclays in 2009 was US$202.4 million, growing to US$290.7million by 2015. End user market for nanoclays are in packaging, automotive, cosmetics and toiletries, water filtration, flame retardant materials, medical and biomaterials and paints, pigments and dyes. The study is a comprehensive and full guide into the industry and respective market that offers a deep and exhaustive review of major marketers activities, revenues, products and overall market data …

The World Market for Carbon Nanotubes, Nanofibers, Fullerenes, POSS and Graphene: Applications, Products, End User Markets, Companies and Revenues. There are over 100 companies producing carbon nanotubes, carbon nanofibers, fullerenes, POSS and graphene, with many more companies utilizing these materials for incorporation into new products and processes across a raft of industries. Demand from the semiconductors, electronics and energy markets will continue to drive the market dynamics. More data on the market with elaborate analysis and forecasts is provided in the report …

More market research reports can be found at marketpublishers.com/members/future_markets/info.html

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