The Global Market for Nanomaterials 2002-2016: Production Volumes, Revenues and End User Market Demand

Date: April 1, 2012
Pages: 371
Price:
US$ 3,260.00
License [?]:
Publisher: Future Markets, Inc.
Report type: Strategic Report
Delivery: E-mail Delivery (PDF), Hard Copy Mail Delivery
ID: GADDF7443EEEN
Leaflet:

Download PDF Leaflet

The Global Market for Nanomaterials 2002-2016: Production Volumes, Revenues and End User Market Demand
Report summary

Zinc oxide nanopowders find application across a raft of industries where they are used for their anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-corrosion, catalytic, and UV filtering properties. The main application of Nano ZnO at present is as UV-resistant additive in sunscreens. Other applications of Nano ZnO include anti-microbials, conductive thin-films in blue laser diodes, solar cells, and LCDs, protective coatings, capacitors, varistors, photoprinting and electrophotography.

Nanomaterials are being applied across a raft of industries and technologies due to their outstanding magnetic, optical, catalytic and electronic properties, which depend greatly on their size, structure, and shape. The Global Market for Nanomaterials 2002-2016 is the most comprehensive study ever conducted on the nanomaterials market, which will greatly impact all industries in the coming years.

Future Markets conservatively estimates the 2011 worldwide production of nanomaterials to be more than 270,000 tons, a tenfold increase from 2002. Optimistic market estimates are also covered in the report.

The production volume in 2016 is conservatively estimated to reach more than 350,000 tons, driven by demand from applications in electronics, energy, medicine, chemicals, coatings and catalysts.

The market is forecasted from 2002 through to 2016. End user markets are also outlined. The report covers metal oxide nanopowders; carbon nanotubes; fullerenes and POSS; graphene; nanocellulose; nanoclays; nanofibers; nanosilver; and quantum dots.

What does the report include?
  • Comprehensive quantitative data and forecasts for the global nanomaterials markets from 2002 to 2016
  • Market growth forecasts
  • Regulatory guidelines for nanomaterials
  • Qualitative insight and perspective on the current market and future trends in end user markets based on interviews with key executives
  • End user market analysis
  • Over 150 tables and figures illustrating market size by volume, revenues and by end user demand
  • Over 400 full company profiles of nanomaterials producers including technology descriptions, revenues, contact details, and end user markets for their products
Who should buy this report?
  • Advanced materials producers, application developers; sales and marketing departments
  • Corporate strategists and policy advisors
  • Technology consultants and analysts, venture capitalists, and readers interested in the advanced materials market
  • New technology teams and application developers in the aerospace and aviation; automotive; consumer goods; electronics and semiconductors; energy; environment and water; materials; medical and bio; military and defense; and packaging and plastics markets.

1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2 METHODOLOGY

3 NANOMATERIALS OVERVIEW

4 PRODUCTION AND PRICING

5 NANOMATERIALS GLOBAL MARKET ANALYSIS

5.1 Aluminium Oxide
  5.1.1 Applications
  5.1.2 Market segmentation
  5.1.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.2 Antimony Tin Oxide
  5.2.1 Applications
  5.2.2 Market segmentation
  5.2.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.3 Bismuth Oxide
  5.3.1 Applications
  5.3.2 Market segmentation
  5.3.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.4 Carbon Nanotubes
  5.4.1 Applications
  5.4.2 Market segmentation
  5.4.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.5 Cerium Oxide
  5.5.1 Applications
  5.5.2 Market segmentation
  5.5.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.6 Cobalt Oxide
  5.6.1 Applications
  5.6.2 Market segmentation
  5.6.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.7 Copper Oxide
  5.7.1 Applications
  5.7.2 Market segmentation
  5.7.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.8 Fullerenes and POSS
  5.8.1 Applications
  5.8.2 Market segmentation
  5.8.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.9 Graphene
  5.9.1 Applications
  5.9.2 Market segmentation
  5.9.3 Production volumes, 2009-2016
5.10 Iron Oxide
  5.10.1 Applications
  5.10.2 Market segmentation
  5.10.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.11 Magnesium Oxide
  5.11.1 Applications
  5.11.2 Market segmentation
  5.11.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.12 Manganese Oxide
  5.12.1 Applications
  5.12.2 Market segmentation
  5.12.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.13 Nanocellulose
  5.13.1 Applications
  5.13.2 Market segmentation
  5.13.3 Production volumes
5.14 Nanoclays
  5.14.1 Applications
  5.14.2 Market segmentation
  5.14.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.15 Nanofibers
  5.15.1 Applications
  5.15.2 Market segmentation
  5.15.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.16 Nanosilver
  5.16.1 Applications
  5.16.2 Market segmentation
  5.16.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.17 Nickel Oxide
  5.17.1 Applications
  5.17.2 Market segmentation
  5.17.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.18 Quantum Dots
  5.18.1 Applications
  5.18.2 Market segmentation
  5.18.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.19 Silicon Oxide
  5.19.1 Applications
  5.19.2 Market segmentation
  5.19.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.20 Titanium Dioxide
  5.20.1 Applications
  5.20.2 Market segmentation
  5.20.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.21 Yttrium Oxide
  5.21.1 Applications
  5.21.2 Market segmentation
  5.21.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.22 Zinc oxide
  5.22.1 Applications
  5.22.2 Market segmentation
  5.22.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016
5.23 Zirconium oxide
  5.23.1 Applications
  5.23.2 Market segmentation
  5.23.3 Production volumes, 2002-2016

6 CARBON NANOTUBES PRODUCERS (83 PROFILES)

7 FULLERENES AND POSS PRODUCERS (15 PROFILES)

8 GRAPHENE PRODUCERS (32 PROFILES)

9 METAL OXIDE NANOPOWDER PRODUCERS (102 PROFILES)

10 NANOCELLULOSE PRODUCERS (16 PROFILES)

11 NANOCLAY PRODUCERS (30 PROFILES)

12 NANOFIBERS PRODUCERS (41 PROFILES)

13 NANOSILVER PRODUCERS (8 PROFILES)

14 QUANTUM DOTS PRODUCERS (19 PROFILES)

REFERENCES

TABLES & FIGURES

Figure 1: Production volume of nanomaterials, 2002-2016, tons, conservative estimate
Figure 2: Demand for nanomaterials 2011, by applications, percentage
Figure 3: Breakdown of nanomaterials production, by country, 2011, percentage
Table 1: Applications of nanomaterials
Table 2: Nanomaterials, price per KG, price per ton, estimated production total, 2011
Table 3: Production volumes for nanomaterials, 2011, tons, conservative and optimistic estimate
Table 4: Revenues for nanomaterials, 2011, conservative and optimistic estimate, US$
Table 5: Aluminium oxide nanopowders: properties and applications
Figure 4: Demand for aluminium oxide nanopowders, by applications, percentage
Figure 5: Demand for aluminium oxide nanopowders, 2011, tons
Figure 6: Revenues for aluminium oxide nanopowders, 2011, US$
Table 6: Production of aluminium oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 7: Antimony tin oxide nanopowders: Properties and applications
Figure 8: Demand for antimony tin oxide nanopowders, by applications
Figure 9: Demand for antimony tin oxide nanopowders, 2011, tons
Figure 10: Revenues for antimony tin oxide nanopowders, 2011, US$
Table 8: Production of antimony tin oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 11: Production of antimony tin oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 9: Bismuth oxide nanopowders: Properties, applications and producers
Figure 12: Demand for bismuth oxide nanopowders, by applications
Figure 13: Demand for bismuth oxide nanopowders, 2011, tons
Figure 14: Revenues for bismuth oxide nanopowders, 2011, US$
Table 10: Production of bismuth oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 15: Production of bismuth oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 11: Carbon Nanotubes: Properties and applications
Table 12: Production capacity of main carbon nanotubes producers, 2011, tons
Table 13: Price per KG of carbon nanotubes, 2011
Figure 16: Demand for nanotubes, by applications
Figure 17: Demand for carbon nanotubes, 2011, tons
Figure 18: Revenues for carbon nanotubes, 2011, US$
Table 14: Production of carbon nanotubes, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 19: Production of carbon nanotubes, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 15: Cerium oxide nanopowders: Properties, applications and producers
Figure 20: Demand for cerium oxide nanopowders, by applications
Figure 21: Demand for cerium oxide nanopowders, 2011, tons
Figure 22: Revenues for cerium oxide nanopowders, 2011, US$
Table 16: Production of cerium oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 23: Production of cerium oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 17: Cobalt oxide nanopowders: Properties, applications and producers
Figure 24: Demand for cobalt oxide nanopowders, by applications
Figure 25: Demand for cobalt oxide nanopowders, 2011, tons
Figure 26: Revenues for cobalt oxide nanopowders, 2011, US$
Table 18: Production of cobalt oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 27: Production of cobalt oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 19: Copper oxide nanopowders: Properties, applications and producers
Figure 28: Demand for copper oxide nanopowders, by applications
Figure 29: Demand for copper oxide nanopowders, 2011, tons
Figure 30: Revenues for copper oxide nanopowders, 2011, US$
Table 20: Production of copper oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 31: Production of copper oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 32: Buckminsterfullerene, C60
Table 21: Fullerenes: Properties and applications
Figure 33: Polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxanes (POSS)
Table 22: Pricing and availability for POSS and other high profile specialty additives
Table 23: Commercial uses of POSS, realized and potential
Figure 34: Demand for fullerenes and POSS, by applications
Figure 35: Demand for fullerenes and POSS, 2011, tons
Figure 36: Revenues for fullerenes and POSS, 2011, US$
Table 24: Production of fullerenes and POSS, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 37: Production of fullerenes and POSS, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 25: Engineered graphene properties
Figure 38: Chemical Structure of Graphite, Graphene, Carbon Nanotube and Fullerene
Table 26: Commercial graphite types
Table 27: Comparative properties of graphene with nanoclays and carbon nanotubes
Table 28: Cost comparison of graphene
Table 29: Graphene producers, production capacities per year, price and end user markets
Figure 39: Demand for graphene nanomaterials, by applications
Figure 40: Demand for graphene, 2010, tons
Table 30: Production of graphene, conservative estimate 2009-2016, tons
Figure 41: Production of graphene, conservative estimate 2009-2016, tons
Table 31: Iron oxide nanopowders: Properties, applications and producers
Figure 42: Demand for iron oxide nanopowders, by applications
Figure 43: Demand for iron oxide nanopowders, 2011, tons
Figure 44: Revenues for iron oxide nanopowders, 2011, US$
Table 32: Production of iron oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 45: Production of iron oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 33: Magnesium oxide nanopowders, properties, application and producers
Figure 46: Demand for magnesium oxide nanopowders, by applications
Figure 47: Demand for magnesium oxide nanopowders, 2011, tons
Figure 48: Revenues for magnesium oxide nanopowders, 2011, US$
Table 34: Production of magnesium oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 49: Production of magnesium oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 35: Manganese oxide nanopowders, properties, application and producers
Figure 50: Demand for manganese oxide nanopowders, by applications
Figure 51: Demand for manganese oxide nanopowders, 2011, tons
Figure 52: Revenues for manganese oxide nanopowders, 2011, US$
Table 36: Production of manganese oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 53: Production of manganese oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 37: Main applications by nanocellulose, by type
Table 38: Properties of cellulose nanofibrils relative to metallic and polymeric materials
Table 39: Nanocellulose properties and applications thereof
Figure 54: Research publications on nanocellulose materials and composites
Table 40: Nanocellulose nanocrystal sources and scale
Figure 55: Production of nanocellulose by type, 2011
Figure 56: Demand for nanocellulose by market, 2011
Figure 57: Demand for nanocellulose by market, 2017
Figure 58: Patent applications for nanocellulose, by market, 2011
Table 41: Nanocellulose in composites: Market drivers and applications
Table 42: Nanocellulose in electronics: Market drivers and applications
Table 43: Nanocellulose in construction: Market drivers and applications
Table 44: Nanocellulose in paper and pulp: Market drivers and applications
Table 45: Nanocellulose in filtration: Market drivers and applications
Table 46: Nanocellulose in medicine and life sciences: Market drivers and applications
Table 47: Nanocellulose in coatings and surfaces: Market drivers and applications
Table 48: Nanocellulose rheological modifiers: Market drivers and applications
Table 49: Nanocellulose in aerogels: Market driver s and applications
Figure 59: Nanocellulose production volumes tons per year, all types, forecast to 2017
Figure 60: Nanocellulose production volumes tons per year, all types, forecast to 2017
Table 50: Nanoclay nanocomposites: Types and application
Table 51: Applications timeline for nanoclays
Figure 61: Demand for nanoclays, by applications
Figure 62: Demand for nanoclays, 2011, tons
Figure 63: Revenues for nanoclays, 2011, US$
Table 52: Production of nanoclays, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 64: Production of nanoclays, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 53: Applications timeline for nanofibers
Figure 65: Demand for nanofibers, by applications
Figure 66: Demand for nanofibers, 2011, tons
Figure 67: Revenues for nanofibers, 2011, US$
Table 54: Production of nanofibers, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 68: Production of nanofibers, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 55: Nanosilver: Properties
Table 56: Nanosilver: Applications
Figure 69: Demand for nanosilver, by applications
Figure 70: Demand for nanosilver, 2011, tons
Figure 71: Revenues for nanosilver, 2011, US$
Table 57: Production of nanosilver, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 72: Production of nanosilver, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 58: Nickel oxide nanopowders, properties, application and producers
Figure 73: Demand for nickel oxide nanopowders, by applications
Figure 74: Demand for nickel oxide nanopowders, 2011, tons
Figure 75: Revenues for nickel oxide nanopowders, 2011, US$
Table 59: Production of nickel oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 76: Production of nickel oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 60: Quantum dots: Properties and applications
Figure 77: Demand for quantum dots, by applications
Figure 78: Demand for quantum dots, 2011, kilograms
Figure 79: Revenues for quantum dots, 2011, US$
Table 61: Production of quantum dots, conservative estimate 2008-2016, kilograms
Figure 80: Production of quantum dots, conservative estimate 2002-2016, kilograms
Table 62: Silicon oxide nanopowders, properties, application and producers
Figure 81: Demand for silicon oxide nanopowders, by applications
Figure 82: Demand for silicon oxide nanopowders, 2011, tons
Figure 83: Revenues for silicon oxide nanopowders, 2011, US$
Table 63: Production of silicon oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 84: Production of silicon oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 64: Titanium dioxide nanopowders, properties, application and producers
Figure 85: Demand for titanium dioxide nanopowders, by applications
Figure 86: Demand for titanium dioxide nanopowders, 2011, tons
Figure 87: Revenues for titanium dioxide nanopowders, 2011, US$
Table 65: Production of titanium dioxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 88: Production of titanium dioxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 66: Yttrium oxide nanopowders, properties, application and producers
Figure 89: Demand for yttrium oxide nanopowders, by applications
Figure 90: Demand for yttrium oxide nanopowders, 2011, tons
Figure 91: Revenues for yttrium oxide nanopowders, 2011, US$
Table 67: Production of yttrium oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 92: Production of yttrium oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 68: Zinc oxide nanopowders, properties, application and producers
Figure 93: Demand for zinc oxide nanopowders, by applications
Figure 94: Demand for zinc oxide nanopowders, 2011, tons
Figure 95: Revenues for zinc oxide nanopowders, 2011, US$
Table 69: Production of zinc oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 96: Production of zinc oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Table 70: Zirconium oxide nanopowders, properties, application and producers
Figure 97: Demand for zirconium oxide nanopowders, by applications
Figure 98: Demand for zirconium oxide nanopowders, 2011, tons
Figure 99: Revenues for zirconium oxide nanopowders, 2011, US$
Table 71: Production of zirconium oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons
Figure 100: Production of zirconium oxide nanopowders, conservative estimate 2002-2016, tons

Ask Your Question

The Global Market for Nanomaterials 2002-2016: Production Volumes, Revenues and End User Market Demand
Company name*:
Contact person*:
Phone/fax*:
Email*:
Request invoice
Your enquiry: