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Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/affcontent/?tt=3721_135171_69066_&r=/research/pn832v/the_global ) has announced the addition of the "The Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Industry: Stage of Development, Global Activity and Market Opportunities" report to their offering.

Research and Markets: Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Industry - 2013 Report

Dublin, Ireland | Posted on June 24th, 2013

Nanotechnology applications and nanomaterials are being applied across a raft of industries due to their outstanding magnetic, optical, catalytic and electronic properties. There are already established market for nanomaterials including titanium dioxide, zinc oxide, silicon oxide nanopowders and carbon nanotubes, nanofibers, nanosilver, nanoclays, quantum dots and nanoporous materials driven by demand from applications in filtration, electronics, cosmetics, energy, medicine, chemicals, coatings and catalysts. Recent breakthroughs have heralded new market opportunities in graphene and nanocellulose. This report provides a comprehensive insight into all aspects of the market for these materials.

WHAT DOES THE REPORT INCLUDE?

- Comprehensive data and forecasts for the global nanotechnology and nanomaterials market to 2019. Nanomaterials covered include aluminium oxide nanopowders, antimony tin, bismuth oxide, carbon nanotubes, cerium oxide, cobalt oxide, fullerenes and POSS, graphene, graphyne, graphdiyne, graphane, indium, iron oxide, magnesium oxide, manganese oxide, molybdenum disulphide, nanocellulose, nanoclays, nanofibers, nanosilver, nickel oxide, nano-precipitated calcium carbonate, nanoporous materials, quantum dots, silicone, silicon oxide, titanium dioxide, yttrium oxide, zinc oxide and zirconium oxide

- Technology roadmaps/commercialization timelines to 2019, by nanomaterials and by market

- Financial estimates for the markets nanotechnology and nanomaterials will impact including aerospace and aviation, automotive, civil engineering and construction, exterior protection, communications, hygiene, cleaning and sanitary, electronics and semiconductors, energy, environment, food, agricultural, beverage, marine, medical and life sciences, military and defence, packaging, paper, personal care, plastics and rubber, printing, product security and anti-counterfeiting, sensors, sporting and consumer goods, textiles, tools and metals

- Latest global regulations for nanomaterials

- Patent analysis

- Global government funding and programmes

- Nanomaterials market size by tons and by end user demand

- Over 500 tables and figures

- Over 1000 company and research centre profiles

Key Topics Covered

1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2 METHODOLOGY

3 NANOMATERIALS PRODUCTION: CURRENT AND PROJECTED

3.1 Applications of nanomaterials
3.2 Production estimates 2012
3.3 Demand by material type and market
3.4 ALUMINIUM OXIDE
3.5 ANTIMONY TIN OXIDE
3.6 BISMUTH OXIDE
3.7 CARBON NANOTUBES
3.8 CERIUM OXIDE
3.9 COBALT OXIDE
3.10 COPPER OXIDE
3.11 FULLERENES AND POSS
3.12 GRAPHENE
3.13 GRAPHYNE
3.14 GRAPHDIYNE
3.15 GRAPHANE
3.16 INDIUM
3.17 IRON OXIDE
3.18 MAGNESIUM OXIDE
3.19 MANGANESE OXIDE
3.20 MOLYBDENUM DISULFIDE
3.21 NANOCELLULOSE
3.22 NANOCLAYS
3.23 NANOFIBERS
3.24 NANO-PRECIPITATED CALCIUM CARBONATE
3.25 NANOSILVER
3.26 NICKEL OXIDE
3.27 NANOPOROUS MATERIALS
3.28 QUANTUM DOTS
3.29 SILICENE
3.30 SILICON OXIDE

4 LICENSING AGREEMENTS/PARTNERSHIPS

4.1 Aerospace and aviation
4.2 Automotive
4.3 Civil engineering, construction and exterior protectioon
4.4 Communications
4.5 Hygiene, cleaning and sanitary
4.6 Electronics
4.7 Energy
4.8 Environment
4.9 Food, agriculture and beverage
4.10 Marine
4.11 Medical and life sciences
4.12 Military and defence
4.13 Packaging
4.14 Paper
4.15 Personal care
4.16 Plastics and rubber
4.17 Printing
4.18 Product security and anti-counterfeiting
4.19 Sensors
4.20 Sporting and consumer goods
4.21 Textiles
4.22 Tools and metals

5 REGULATIONS

6 PATENT ACTIVITY

7 GLOBAL FUNDING AND GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES

8 MARKETS FOR NANOTECHNOLOGY AND NANOMATERIALS

8.1 ADHESIVES AND SEALANTS
8.2 AEROSPACE AND AVIATION
8.3 AUTOMOTIVE
8.4 COMMUNICATIONS
8.5 CIVIL ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION AND EXTERIOR PROTECTION
8.6 HYGIENE, CLEANING AND SANITARY INCLUDING HOMEWARE
8.7 ELECTRONICS AND PHOTONICS
8.8 ENERGY
8.9 ENVIRONMENT
8.10 FOOD, AGRICULTURE AND BEVERAGE
8.11 MARINE
8.12 MEDICAL AND LIFE SCIENCES
8.13 MILITARY AND DEFENCE
8.14 PACKAGING
8.15 PAPER
8.16 PERSONAL CARE
8.17 PLASTICS AND RUBBER
8.18 PRINTING
8.19 PRODUCT SECURITY AND ANTI-COUNTERFEITING
8.20 SENSORS
8.21 SPORTING AND CONSUMER GOODS
8.22 TEXTILES
8.23 TOOLS AND METALS

9 REFERENCES

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