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Research and Markets: Global Market For Carbon Nanotubes, Graphene, Quantum Dots And Silver Nanowires In Consumer Electronics

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rxvm8m/the_global_market) has announced the addition of the "The Global Market For Carbon Nanotubes, Graphene, Quantum Dots And Silver Nanowires In Consumer Electronics" report to their offering.

Carbon nanotubes, graphene, silver nanowires and quantum dots are all key technologies for next generation consumer electronics applications. They are leading candidates to replace Indium Tin Oxide (ITO) in displays and silicon in transistors. These extraordinary materials have already been integrated into some consumer electronics products and their market penetration will grow over the next decade. ITO replacement is a key theme among product development in displays. Carbon nanotubes, graphene and silver nanowires may allow for the replacement of existing electrically conductive materials that are in short supply, expensive and limited in their use with flexible substrates.

This 187 page report includes:

  • Market analysis for carbon nanotubes, graphene, silver nanowires and quantum dots in touch panels, displays, conductive inks, and transistors
  • Applications and estimated time to market
  • Industry news from 2013-2014
  • Product developers
  • Potential market size
  • Company profiles

Key Topics Covered:

1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2 REPORT METHODOLOGY

3 ELECTRONIC PACKAGING

4 DISPLAYS

5 DATA STORAGE

6 TRANSISTORS

7 PHOTONICS

8 CARBON NANOTUBES

  • Transparent conductors
  • Conductive inks
  • Transistors and integrated circuits
  • Memory devices
  • Market drivers
  • Applications and estimated time to market
  • Stage of development
  • Research and development news 2013-2014
  • Product developers

9 GRAPHENE

  • Touchscreens
  • Displays
  • Conductive inks
  • Optical switches
  • Transparent conductors
  • Transistors and integrated circuits
  • Memory devices
  • Market drivers
  • Applications and estimated time to market
  • Stage of development
  • Research and development news 2013-2014
  • Product developers

10 SILVER NANOWIRES

  • Transistors
  • Transparent conductors
  • Market drivers
  • Applications and estimated time to market
  • Stage of development
  • Research and development news 2013-2014
  • Product developers

11 QUANTUM DOTS

  • Displays
  • LED lighting
  • Transistors
  • Market drivers
  • Applications and estimated time to market
  • Stage of development
  • Current global market size for target markets
  • Product developers

12 OTHER NANOMATERIALS IN CONSUMER ELECTRONICS

13 PRODUCER PROFILES

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rxvm8m/the_global_market

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