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Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Nanomaterials Market in the US" report to their offering.

Research and Markets: New Research Presents an In-depth Analysis on the Nanomaterials Market in the US

Dublin, Ireland | Posted on July 9th, 2011

Nanotechnology has changed the landscape of many industries, and nanomaterials have emerged as a leading option for companies dealing in specialized materials and other products requiring nano-scaled materials.

The US is a leader in the market for nanomaterials and it is expected that conventional nanomaterials (such as polymers) are going to account for the majority of demand by 2018 in the country. The rapid growth in pharmaceuticals, energy storage devices, textile treatments, and plastic and rubber additives is expected to boost the growth of nanoscale chemical and polymer market.

With demand for nanomaterials booming in the healthcare market in the recent years, the nanomaterial industry is poised for strong growth in pharmaceuticals, particularly in active ingredients and various drug delivery systems.

Taiyou Research analyzes the Nanomaterials Market in the US in its latest research report.

The report covers the following:

An overview of the basics of nanomaterials, starting with a definition, classification of nanomaterials into fullerenes and nanoparticles, various features of nanomaterials including mechanical and thermal properties, the growing interest in nanomaterials across industries, and the issue of safety and potential health risks posed by nanomaterials.
Application areas of nanomaterials such as in aerospace and defense, automobiles, electronics and computers, energy and the environment, food and agriculture, construction, and medical are analyzed in the report.
Industrial uses of nanomaterials are looked at through an analysis of fullerenes and nanotubes, biological applications, and metals and inorganic industry usage.
Issues facing nanomaterials and the role of nanomaterials in biology are discussed.
No industry analysis is complete without a look at the global market; hence we carry out an analysis of the global nanomaterials industry.
The US Nanomaterials Industry is analyzed through market segmentation - namely nanomaterials used in the US in the construction sector, electronics sector, energy sector, healthcare & medical sector, and others.
Industry trends, role of R&D in the industry, and the regulatory & environmental challenges facing this industry in the US are analyzed.
And More

Taiyou Research's report on the Nanomaterials Market in the US is a comprehensive and strategic analysis of the industry.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Nanomaterials 101

2.1 What are Nanomaterials?

2.2 Requirement of Uniformity

2.3 Classification of Nanomaterials

2.4 Features of Nanomaterials

2.5 Growing Interest in Nanomaterials

2.6 Safety Issues

3. Present & Future Applications of Nanomaterials

3.1 Aerospace & Defense

3.2 Automobiles

3.3 Electronics & Computers

3.4 Energy & Environment

3.5 Food & Agriculture

3.6 Construction

3.7 Medical and Pharmaceutical

3.8 Consumer Products

4. Industrial Uses of Nanomaterials

4.1 Overview

4.2 Fullerenes and Nanotubes

4.3 Biological Applications

4.4 Metals and Inorganics

5. Issues Facing Nanomaterials

6. Role of Nanomaterials and Biology

6.1 Emergence of Biomimetics

6.2 Emergence of Biological Macromolecules

6.3 Role in Drug Delivery

7. Global Nanomaterials Industry

8. US Nanomaterials Industry

8.1 Overview of Nanotechnology

8.2 Market Segmentation

8.2.1 Construction Sector

8.2.2 Electronics Sector

8.2.3 Energy Sector

8.2.4 Healthcare & Medical

8.2.5 Other Sectors

8.3 Industry Trends

8.4 Research & Development

8.5 Regulatory & Environmental Challenges

9. Industry Segmentation through Products

9.1 Overview

9.2 Chemicals & Polymers

9.3 Metal Oxides

9.4 Nanoscale Metals

9.5 Other Nanomaterials

10. US Nanomaterials Industry: Market Structure

10.1 Overview

10.2 Primary Companies

10.3 Material Manufacturers

10.4 End Users

11. Major Industry Players

12. Nanomaterials in the US: Industry Outlook

12.1 Overview

12.2 Forecast for Products

12.3 Forecast by Market Segments

13. Appendix

14. Glossary

Companies Mentioned:

DuPont
Dow Chemical
Showa Denko K.K
Honeywell International
General Electric Company
Oxonica Plc
Nanophase Technologies Corporation
Evonik Industries AG
Cabot Microelectronics
Arkema SA
AMCOL International
Altair Nanotechnologies
Applied Nanotech Inc
Argonide
Hybrid Plastics
Hyperion Catalysis
InMat, Inc

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Contacts:
Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager

U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716

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