|By PR Newswire||
|February 13, 2014 07:12 AM EST||
DUBLIN, Feb. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/t4qc2j/nanomaterials) has announced the addition of the "Nanomaterials Directory 2014 - Updates to 2015" report to their offering.
The Nanomaterials Directory 2014 is the first publication ever to collate all nanomaterials producers and product developers in a single-volume, categorised by nanomaterials, types sold and countries where the sellers are based, in one easy-to-access guide. Numerous online directories and maps have been produced covering nanomaterials and nanotech companies but are either incomplete, out-dated, poor to navigate or inadequately categorised.
Each section in the Nanomaterials Directory 2014 provides a succinct market introduction to the nanomaterials type from carbon nanotubes through to quantum dots, and alphabetised profiles of each producer. Microscopy, deposition and imaging equipment and instrumentation suppliers are also profiled.
There is also a handy reference guide at the back of the directory which provides further distillation of nanomaterials providers (for example, metal oxides nanopowders producers is a single chapter as most sell more than one nanomaterial-the reference guide outlines the specific type of metal oxide nanopowders each producer sells). The reference guide also alphabetically lists each producer by country. For example, you will be able to view all the nanomaterials producers based in Canada. In addition there is also an extensive listing of all the key events and conferences in nanotech in 2014.
The electronic version of the directory is valid for 12 months from publication date and will be updated as the market changes. Therefore subscribers will have access to constantly updated details of the nanomaterials market through to February 2015 via a password protected online folder that also allows download privileges. The Directory covers producers of all three categories of nanomaterials, including zero-dimensions (quantum dots), one-dimension (carbon nanotubes and nanoparticles) and two-dimensions (graphene).
The Nanomaterials Directory 2014 is a unique index of all the main providers of nanomaterials, segmented by nanomaterials type and location and an essential reference guide for anyone involved in the sector.
Key Topics Covered:
Carbon nanotubes producers
Fullerenes & POSS
Graphene producers and product developers
Metal & Metal Oxide Nanoparticles
Coatings & deposition
Microscopes & imaging
Producers, by material
Producers, by country
Aluminium oxide nanoparticle producers
Antimony tin oxide nanoparticle producers
Barium nanoparticle producers
Bismuth oxide nanoparticle producers
Carbon nanohorns producers
Carbon nanotubes producers
Cerium oxide nanoparticle producers
Cobalt oxide nanoparticle producers
Copper oxide nanoparticle producers
Fullerenes and POSS producers
Indium tin oxide nanoparticle producers
Iridium nanoparticle producers
Iron oxide nanoparticle producers
Magnesium oxide nanoparticle producers
Manganese oxide nanoparticle producers
Molybdenum oxide nanoparticle producers
Nanoprecipitated calcium carbonate producers
Nickel oxide nanoparticle producers
Palladium nanoparticle producers
Platinum nanoparticle producers
Quantum dots producers
Silcon oxide nanoparticle producers
Tin nanoparticle producers
Titanium oxide nanoparticle producers
Yttrium oxide nanoparticle producers
Zinc oxide nanoparticle producers
Zirconium oxide nanoparticle producers
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/t4qc2j/nanomaterial
Media Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]
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