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Home > Press > NanoMarkets Adds Report Printed Gold: Gold Ink and Pastes Market - 2011 to Firm's Schedule of Publication

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Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets today announced the addition of the report, Printed Gold: Gold Ink and Pastes Market - 2011 to the firm's publication schedule. The report is scheduled to be released the week of September 19, 2011. The firm is offering the report at pre-publication rates.

NanoMarkets Adds Report Printed Gold: Gold Ink and Pastes Market - 2011 to Firm's Schedule of Publication

Glen Allen, VA | Posted on September 7th, 2011

About the Report:

Although silver inks are expected to maintain a dominant role in printed electronics, gold is expected to account for a profitable niche for ink makers. In a sense, there is nothing new in this gold pastes have been used for quite some time in traditional chip and wired circuits. However, several ink makers and research teams are now taking printed gold to the next stage with the development of nano-gold inks that are being pitched at novel applications ranging from sensors to photovoltaics.

This report assesses and quantifies the applications ˆ new and old ˆ for gold inks and pastes. It examines the products and firms that make up the printed gold business and the marketing strategies that are being used in this interesting sector. The also report contains eight-year market forecasts broken out both by application and by gold ink/paste chemistry and printing technology type. In addition, we consider what the impact of the current very high price of gold will have on the printed gold sector.

This report draws on NanoMarkets ongoing coverage of metallic inks and pastes.

Coverage:

Gold inks and pastes: technology evolution
 Impact of exploding gold prices on printed gold
 Key markets and a roadmap for gold inks and pastes
 Opportunities for the gold industry
 Opportunities for ink makers
 Firms to watch

Gold Inks and Pastes: Products and Technologies
 Gold vs. copper and silver for printed electronics
 Pastes and inks that use gold with other metals
 Gold pastes for thick-film electronics
 Traditional role of gold in thick-film electronics
 Future evolution of gold pastes
 Major suppliers and their strategies
 Nano-gold inks
 Gold ink chemistries
 Major suppliers and their strategies
 Inkjet and other printing modes for nano-gold inks
 Sintering and substrates

Markets for Gold Inks and Pastes
 Gold in traditional thick-film electronics markets
 Emerging semiconductor applications
 MEMS
 Data storage
 Lead-free electronics
 Electrode applications in organic electronics
 OLEDs
 OTFTs
 Printed gold as a substitute for ITO
 Sensors and RFID
 Uses for gold inks and pastes in photovoltaics
 Related graphics applications

Market Forecasts: by application, ink/paste type and by printing technology used with alternative scenarios considered.

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About NanoMarkets
NanoMarkets tracks and analyzes emerging market opportunities created by developments in advanced materials. It provides regular and comprehensive industry analysis of printed electronics and provides ongoing coverage of many of the firms active in the inks space. It is recognized worldwide as a leading source of expertise for functional printing and nanomaterials more generally.

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Robert Nolan
NanoMarkets
(804) 270-4370

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