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Home > Press > NanoMarkets Announces New Upcoming Report "Nanometals in Electronics and Energy Markets -2012 and Beyond" Set for Release on December 21, 2011

Abstract:
Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets has announced the addition of a new report to its publishing schedule titled "Nanometals in Electronics and Energy Markets -2012 and Beyond" that will be released on December 21st of this month. The report is the next in a series of reports from the firm on the market potential for nanometals that are used diverse applications within thin-film and printed electronics, IT, traditional electronics markets, sensors, solar, energy storage, greentech and other areas.

NanoMarkets Announces New Upcoming Report "Nanometals in Electronics and Energy Markets -2012 and Beyond" Set for Release on December 21, 2011

Glen Allen, VA | Posted on December 13th, 2011

Additional details about the report are available at nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/nanometals_in_electronics_and_energy_markets_2012_and_beyond

About the report:

"Nanometals" are a growing sector of the nanomaterials business that extend the uses of metals in electronics and energy markets in important ways. Building on the traditional role of metals in these sectors, metallic nanoparticles and nanostructures (nanowires, nanorods, nanospeheres, etc.) are bringing higher performance to traditional electronics applications such as PCBs, giving nanometals immediate revenue potential. But nanometals also have considerable potential in emerging areas of electronics such as printed electronics, creating the opportunity for new business revenue in the not-too-distant future. The long-established use of nanosilver and nanogold in medical applications also has implications for the medical electronics business, we believe.

In the energy sector, NanoMarkets is seeing a growing role for nanometals in applications ranging from solar panels to fuel additives and these are also explored in this report. And while many of the opportunities we see for nanometals are obviously related to electrical and thermal conductivity, we have also analyzed the potential for creating products and building businesses around some of the more exciting properties of nanomaterials including bioactivity (or lack of it), optical and plasmonic properties and tunability.

In this report we quantify the commercial potential for nanometals in all the major markets, providing revenue forecasts for shipments of these interesting materials over an eight-year period. Our analysis not only covers the entire class of nanometals, but also extends to related areas such as nanometal oxides and other compounds. We also examine the opportunities for intermediate products such as inks and sputtering targets and the market impact of the latest trends in nanometal fabrication.

NanoMarkets has already established an important role in supplying business information in the nanometals space. It publishes the industry-standard annual reports on nanosilver and has also covered nanogold, nanocopper and nanomolybdenum opportunities in its published studies. NanoMarkets is an expert on the applications markets into which nanometals are being sold having covered emerging sectors of both the electronics and energy markets for seven years. In addition to product/market analysis, this report also assesses the key market strategies being deployed by leading suppliers including both the large specialty chemical companies and interesting startups.

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About NanoMarkets
NanoMarkets tracks and analyzes emerging market opportunities in energy, electronics and other markets created by developments in advanced materials. The firm is a recognized leader in providing industry analysis and forecasts for nanomaterials used in established and emerging electronics and energy applications markets.

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