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2013 Nanotechnology Research Review

The global market for picoprojectors was valued at $491.4 million in 2012. Total market value is expected to reach $776.1 million in 2013 and nearly $5 billion by 2018, after increasing at a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 44.9%.

Revenues for the global laser market reached nearly $2.4 billion in 2012 and are expected to reach nearly $2.6 billion in 2013. The market is expected to rise at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.8% between 2013 and 2018 and reach $3.4 billion by 2018.

The global market for optical coherence tomography (OCT) grew from $580.8 million in 2011 to $645.4 million in 2012 and is predicted to increase to nearly $1.1 billion by 2017, at a CAGR of 10.4% from 2012 to 2017.

REPORT SCOPE

ABOUT BCC RESEARCH REVIEWS

FOREWORD

Research Reviews from BCC Research provide market professionals with concise market coverage within a specific research category. These Research Reviews include portions of several market research reports that were published in 2013, and are an efficient way for market professionals to keep up with the general market developments of 2013.

Please note that page references in the text are to pages in the original, complete report, and do not reflect the actual page numbers in this Research Review.

This 2013 Photonics Research Review includes excerpts from the following reports:

  • NAN33B Nanomagnetics: Materials, Devices and Markets.
  • NAN043C Global Markets and Technologies for Nanofibers.
  • NAN044B Nanotechnology in Energy Applications.
  • NAN046B Global Markets and Technologies for Molecular, Nanoscale and Atomic imaging.
  • AVM075C Graphene: Technologies, Applications and Markets.

Table of Contents

REPORT SCOPE

ABOUT BCC RESEARCH REVIEWS

FOREWORD

Research Reviews from BCC Research provide market professionals with concise market coverage within a specific research category. These Research Reviews include portions of several market research reports that were published in 2013, and are an efficient way for market professionals to keep up with the general market developments of 2013.

Please note that page references in the text are to pages in the original, complete report, and do not reflect the actual page numbers in this Research Review.

This 2013 Photonics Research Review includes excerpts from the following reports:

  • NAN33B Nanomagnetics: Materials, Devices and Markets.
  • NAN043C Global Markets and Technologies for Nanofibers.
  • NAN044B Nanotechnology in Energy Applications.
  • NAN046B Global Markets and Technologies for Molecular, Nanoscale and Atomic imaging.
  • AVM075C Graphene: Technologies, Applications and Markets.

CHAPTER 1 ABOUT BCC RESEARCH REVIEWS 2

  • FOREWORD 2

CHAPTER 2 NANOMAGNETICS: MATERIALS, DEVICES AND MARKETS (REPORT NAN033B) 4

  • INTRODUCTION 4
    • STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 4
    • REASONS FOR DOING THE REPORT 4
    • SCOPE OF THE REPORT 4
    • METHODOLOGY 5
    • INTENDED AUDIENCE 5
    • INFORMATION SOURCES 6
    • ANALYST CREDENTIALS 6
    • RELATED REPORTS 6
  • SUMMARY 7
  • TABLE 1 TOTAL GLOBAL NANOMAGNETIC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY TYPE OF TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 7
  • FIGURE 1 TOTAL GLOBAL NANOMAGNETIC MARKET PROJECTIONS, 2011-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 7
  • WHAT IS NANO? 8
  • WHAT IS NANOMAGNETICS? 8
  • WHAT IS SPINTRONICS? 9
  • MAGNETIC PROPERTIES PRIMER 9
    • NANOMAGNETIC PARTICLES 10
      • Single Domain and Superparamagnetic Behavior 10
      • FIGURE 2 QUALITATIVE DEPENDENCE OF MAGNETIC COERCIVITY (HC) ON ULTRAFINE PARTICLE SIZE 10
    • NANOMAGNETIC FILMS 11
      • Giant Magnetoresistance (GMR) 11
      • Spin Valve Multilayer Structure 12
      • Tunneling Magnetoresistance (TMR) 12
      • Ballistic Magnetoresistance (BMR) 13
      • Colossal Magnetoresistance (CMR) 13
    • NANOMAGNETIC BULK MATERIALS 13
      • Exchange Coupling 13
  • CURRENT AND POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS SUMMARY 14

CHAPTER 3 GLOBAL MARKETS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR NANOFIBERS (REPORT NAN043C): 16

  • INTRODUCTION 16
    • STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 16
    • REASONS FOR DOING THIS STUDY 16
    • INTENDED AUDIENCE 17
    • SCOPE OF REPORT 18
    • METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES 19
    • RELATED BCC RESEARCH STUDIES 20
    • ANALYST CREDENTIALS 21
    • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 22
    • TABLE 2 GLOBAL MARKET FOR NANOFIBER PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 23
    • FIGURE 3 GLOBAL MARKET FOR NANOFIBER PRODUCTS, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 24
  • NANOFIBERS AND THE NANOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY 24
    • NANOFIBERS 24
    • TABLE 3 NANORODS, NANOFIBERS AND NANOWIRES 25
    • THE NANOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY 25
    • TABLE 4 THE NANOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY, 2013 26
    • TABLE 5 GLOBAL NANOTECHNOLOGY REVENUES BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2017 ($ BILLIONS) 27
    • FIGURE 4 GLOBAL NANOTECHNOLOGY MARKET SHARE BY SEGMENT, 2012 (%) 27
  • MILESTONES IN THE HISTORY OF NANOFIBERS AND RECENT EVENTS 28
  • TABLE 6 NANOFIBERS-TECHNOLOGICAL MILESTONES 29
  • FIGURE 5 WORLDWIDE NANOFIBER PATENT APPLICATIONS AND PATENTS ISSUED SINCE 1990 29
  • CURRENT AND EMERGING APPLICATIONS FOR NANOFIBERS 30
    • ELECTRONICS 31
      • Established Applications 31
        • Semiconductor Devices 31
        • Optoelectronic Devices 31
        • Advanced Displays 32
        • Hard Disk Drives and Magnetic Devices 32
        • EMI Shielding and Anti-Static Products 32
        • Others 32
      • Emerging Applications 33
      • TABLE 7 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS IN ELECTRONICS, 2013 33
    • MECHANICAL/CHEMICAL 34
      • Established Applications 34
        • Filtration and Separation 34
        • Catalysts and Photocatalysts 35
        • Reinforcing Agents and Adhesives 35
        • Dispersing Agents 35
        • Others 35
      • Emerging Applications 35
      • TABLE 8 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS IN THE MECHANICAL/ CHEMICAL SEGMENT, 2013 36
    • SENSORS AND INSTRUMENTATION 36
      • Established Applications 36
        • Sensors 37
        • Instrumentation 37
        • Others 37
      • Emerging Applications 37
      • TABLE 9 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS FOR SENSORS AND INSTRUMENTATION, 2013 37
    • ENERGY 38
      • Established Applications 38
        • Batteries 38
        • Electrochemical Capacitors 38
        • Fuel Cells 38
        • Photovoltaic Cells 39
        • Others 39
      • Emerging Applications 39
      • TABLE 10 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS IN THE ENERGY SEGMENT, 2013 39
    • MEDICAL/BIOLOGICAL/PHARMACEUTICAL 40
      • Established Applications 40
        • Tissue Engineering 40
        • Surgical Treatments, Wound Treatments, Drug Delivery Systems and Pharmaceuticals 40
        • Cellular Membranes 40
      • Emerging Applications 41
      • TABLE 11 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS IN THE MEDICAL, BIOLOGICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL SEGMENT, 2013 41
    • AUTOMOTIVE AND AEROSPACE 42
      • Established Applications 42
        • Lightweight and High-Strength Parts 42
        • Antistatic Components and Conductive Paints 42
        • Others 42
      • Emerging Applications 43
      • TABLE 12 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS IN THE AUTOMOTIVE AND AEROSPACE SEGMENT, 2013 43
    • THERMAL AND ACOUSTIC INSULATION 43
      • Established Applications 43
        • Residential, Commercial and Industrial Thermal Insulation 43
        • Acoustic Panels 43
      • Emerging Applications 44
      • TABLE 13 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS FOR THERMAL AND ACOUSTIC INSULATION, 2013 44
    • CONSUMER 44
      • Established Applications 44
        • Textiles 44
        • Absorbent Articles 44
        • Others 44
      • Emerging Applications 45
      • TABLE 14 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS IN THE CONSUMER SEGMENT, 2013 45
    • DEFENSE AND SECURITY 45
      • Established Applications 45
        • Anticounterfeiting Products 45
        • Chemical and Biological Warfare 46
        • Lightweight Protective Clothing 46
      • Emerging Applications 46
      • TABLE 15 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS IN THE DEFENSE AND SECURITY SEGMENT, 2013 46
    • OTHER APPLICATIONS 47
      • Established Applications 47
      • Emerging Applications 47

CHAPTER 4 NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ENERGY APPLICATIONS (REPORT NAN044B) 49

  • INTRODUCTION 49
    • STUDY BACKGROUND 49
    • STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 49
    • INTENDED AUDIENCE 49
    • SCOPE AND FORMAT 50
    • INFORMATION SOURCES AND METHODOLOGY 51
    • ANALYST CREDENTIALS 51
    • RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS 51
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 52
  • TABLE 16 GLOBAL ENERGY-RELATED MARKET FOR NANOTECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2017 ($ BILLIONS) 52
  • FIGURE 6 TRENDS IN GLOBAL ENERGY-RELATED MARKET FOR NANOTECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2017 ($ BILLIONS) 52
  • OVERVIEW 54
  • GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF NANOMATERIALS AND NANODEVICES 54
    • NANOMATERIALS 54
    • TABLE 17 MAJOR TYPES OF NANOMATERIALS 54
      • Solid Nanoparticles 55
      • Hollow Nanoparticles 55
      • Nanoscale Thin Films 56
      • Nanostructured Monolithics 56
      • Nanocomposites 56
      • Other Nanomaterials 56
    • NANODEVICES 56
      • Nanosensors 57
    • SPECIAL PROPERTIES 57
  • MAJOR ENERGY APPLICATIONS OF NANOMATERIALS AND NANODEVICES 57
    • ENERGY PRODUCTION, REFINING, STORAGE, TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION 58
      • Synthetic Hydrocarbon Fuels 58
      • Solar Photovoltaics 58
      • Ethanol 58
      • Petroleum Refining 59
      • Fuel Cells 59
      • Batteries and Other Energy Storage Devices 59
      • Energy Transportation And Distribution 60
      • Miscellaneous Energy Production Applications 60
    • ENERGY EFFICIENCY 60
      • Transport Applications 60
      • Energy-Efficient Buildings 60
      • Industrial Processes 61
      • Consumer Products 61
  • OVERALL MARKET SIZE AND SEGMENTATION 61
    • MARKET SIZE 61
    • TABLE 18 GLOBAL ENERGY-RELATED MARKET FOR NANOTECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 61
    • FIGURE 7 TRENDS IN GLOBAL ENERGY-RELATED MARKET FOR NANOTECHNOLOGIES, 2011-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 62
    • NANOTECHNOLOGY SEGMENTS 62
    • TABLE 19 ENERGY-RELATED MARKETS FOR NANOMATERIALS AND NANODEVICES BY TYPE OF NANOTECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 62
    • FIGURE 8 ENERGY-RELATED MARKETS FOR NANOMATERIALS AND NANODEVICES, TECHNOLOGY SEGMENTS 2011 VS. 2017 (% OF TOTAL MARKET) 63
    • APPLICATIONS AND END USES 64
    • TABLE 20 ENERGY-RELATED MARKETS FOR NANOMATERIALS AND NANODEVICES BY TYPE OF END USE, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 64
    • FIGURE 9 ENERGY-RELATED MARKETS FOR NANOMATERIALS AND NANODEVICES END-USE SEGMENTS, 2011 VS. 2017 (% OF TOTAL MARKET) 65

CHAPTER 5 GLOBAL MARKETS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR MOLECULAR, NANOSCALE AND ATOMIC IMAGING (REPORT NAN046B) 68

  • INTRODUCTION 68
    • STUDY OBJECTIVES 68
    • REASONS FOR DOING THIS STUDY 68
    • CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY AND INTENDED AUDIENCE 69
    • SCOPE OF THE STUDY 69
    • METHODOLOGY 69
    • INFORMATION SOURCES 69
    • ABOUT THE AUTHOR 69
    • RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS 70
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 70
  • TABLE 21 GLOBAL REVENUE OF MOLECULAR, ATOMIC AND NANOSCALE IMAGING, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 71
  • FIGURE 10 GLOBAL REVENUE OF MOLECULAR, ATOMIC AND NANOSCALE IMAGING, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 71
  • OVERVIEW 72
  • DEFINITIONS 72
  • HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF IMAGING TECHNIQUES 74
  • TABLE 22 HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF IMAGING TECHNIQUES 74
  • CLASSIFICATION OF IMAGING TECHNIQUES 75
    • OPTICAL AND THERMAL IMAGING 75
      • Bioluminescent and Fluorescent Microscopy 76
      • Fluorescent and Bioluminescence Proteins 77
        • Applications of Fluorescent Proteins 77
        • Applications of Bioluminescence Proteins 78
      • Infrared Thermal Imaging 78
        • Applications of Infrared Thermal Imaging 79
        • TABLE 23 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF INFRARED THERMAL IMAGING 79
    • ELECTRON AND ION MICROSCOPY 80
      • Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) 80
        • Applications of Transmission Electron Microscope 81
        • TABLE 24 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPES 81
      • Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) 82
        • Applications of Scanning Electron Microscopes 82
        • TABLE 25 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPES 82
      • Field Ion Microscopy 83
        • Applications of Field Ion Microscopy 83
        • TABLE 26 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF FIELD ION MICROSCOPY 84
    • SCANNING PROBE MICROSCOPY (SPM) 84
      • Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM) 84
        • Applications of Scanning Tunneling Microscope 84
        • TABLE 27 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF SCANNING TUNNELING MICROSCOPES 85
      • Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) 85
        • Modes of Operation 86
        • Applications of Atomic Force Microscopy 86
        • TABLE 28 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY 87
      • Magnetic Force Microscopy (MFM) 87
        • Applications of Magnetic Force Microscopy 87
        • TABLE 29 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF MAGNETIC FORCE MICROSCOPY 88
      • Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscopy (NSOM) 88
        • Applications of Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscopy 88
        • TABLE 30 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF NEAR-FIELD SCANNING OPTICAL MICROSCOPY 89
  • PROBES 89
    • MOLECULAR PROBES 90
    • NANOPARTICLES 90
    • QUANTUM DOTS 92

CHAPTER 6 GRAPHENE: TECHNOLOGIES, APPLICATIONS AND MARKETS (REPORT AVM075C): 95

  • INTRODUCTION 95
    • STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 95
    • INTENDED AUDIENCE 95
    • SCOPE AND FORMAT 96
    • INFORMATION SOURCES AND METHODOLOGY 96
    • ANALYST CREDENTIALS 97
  • RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS 98
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 98
  • TABLE 31 GLOBAL MARKET FOR GRAPHENE-BASED PRODUCTS THROUGH 2023 ($ MILLIONS) 98
  • FIGURE 11 GLOBAL MARKET FOR GRAPHENE-BASED PRODUCTS 2012-2023 ($ MILLIONS) 99
  • OVERVIEW OF GRAPHENE 100
    • DEFINITION 100
    • HISTORY 100
    • OCCURRENCE AND PRODUCTION 101
      • Established Technologies 101
        • Scotch Tape Method 101
        • Epitaxial Method 102
        • Graphite Oxide Reduction Method 103
      • Experimental Approaches 103
        • Metal-Carbon Melt Method 103
        • Pyrolysis of Sodium Ethoxide Method 103
        • Production of Graphene from Carbon Nanotubes 104
        • Production of Graphene from Table Sugar 104
        • Dissolving Graphite in Chlorosulphonic Acid 104
        • "Molecular Wedge" Method 105
        • Radio Frequency Catalytic Chemical Vapor Deposition 105
        • Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition 105
        • Carbon Dioxide Reduction 105
        • Dry Ice-Based Production Processes 106
    • PROPERTIES 106
    • TABLE 32 GRAPHENE PROPERTIES 107
      • Electronic Properties 107
      • Chemical Properties 107
      • Thermal Properties 108
      • Mechanical Properties 108
      • Optical Properties 108
      • Other Properties 109
    • RELATED SUBSTANCES 109
      • Graphite 109
      • Graphene Oxide 110
      • Carbon Nanotubes 110
      • Fullerenes 110
    • GRAPHENE APPLICATIONS AND END USES 111
    • TABLE 33 POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS AND END USES OF GRAPHENE TECHNOLOGIES 111
      • High-Performance Computing 112
      • Data Storage 112
      • Communications 113
      • Thermal Management 113
      • Photovoltaic Cells 113
      • Sensors 113
    • TERAHERTZ IMAGING EQUIPMENT 113
      • Displays 114
      • Capacitors 114
      • Structural Materials 114
      • Other Applications 114
    • MARKET SIZE AND SEGMENTATION 115
      • Market Size and Growth Trends 115
      • FIGURE 12 TRENDS IN GLOBAL MARKET FOR GRAPHENE, 2012-2023 ($ MILLIONS) 115
      • Applications 115
      • TABLE 34 GLOBAL MARKET FOR GRAPHENE BY APPLICATION THROUGH 2023 ($ MILLIONS) 116
      • FIGURE 13 GRAPHENE APPLICATION SEGMENTS, 2012-2023 (% OF TOTAL MARKET) 116

LIST OF TABLES

  • TABLE 1 TOTAL GLOBAL NANOMAGNETIC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY TYPE OF TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 7
  • TABLE 2 GLOBAL MARKET FOR NANOFIBER PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 23
  • TABLE 3 NANORODS, NANOFIBERS AND NANOWIRES 25
  • TABLE 4 THE NANOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY, 2013 26
  • TABLE 5 GLOBAL NANOTECHNOLOGY REVENUES BY SEGMENT, THROUGH 2017 ($ BILLIONS) 27
  • TABLE 6 NANOFIBERS-TECHNOLOGICAL MILESTONES 29
  • TABLE 7 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS IN ELECTRONICS, 2013 33
  • TABLE 8 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS IN THE MECHANICAL/ CHEMICAL SEGMENT, 2013 36
  • TABLE 9 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS FOR SENSORS AND INSTRUMENTATION, 2013 37
  • TABLE 10 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS IN THE ENERGY SEGMENT, 2013 39
  • TABLE 11 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS IN THE MEDICAL, BIOLOGICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL SEGMENT, 2013 41
  • TABLE 12 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS IN THE AUTOMOTIVE AND AEROSPACE SEGMENT, 2013 43
  • TABLE 13 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS FOR THERMAL AND ACOUSTIC INSULATION, 2013 44
  • TABLE 14 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS IN THE CONSUMER SEGMENT, 2013 45
  • TABLE 15 NANOFIBER APPLICATIONS IN THE DEFENSE AND SECURITY SEGMENT, 2013 46
  • TABLE 16 GLOBAL ENERGY-RELATED MARKET FOR NANOTECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2017 ($ BILLIONS) 52
  • TABLE 17 MAJOR TYPES OF NANOMATERIALS 54
  • TABLE 18 GLOBAL ENERGY-RELATED MARKET FOR NANOTECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 61
  • TABLE 19 ENERGY-RELATED MARKETS FOR NANOMATERIALS AND NANODEVICES BY TYPE OF NANOTECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 62
  • TABLE 20 ENERGY-RELATED MARKETS FOR NANOMATERIALS AND NANODEVICES BY TYPE OF END USE, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 64
  • TABLE 21 GLOBAL REVENUE OF MOLECULAR, ATOMIC AND NANOSCALE IMAGING, THROUGH 2017 ($ MILLIONS) 71
  • TABLE 22 HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF IMAGING TECHNIQUES 74
  • TABLE 23 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF INFRARED THERMAL IMAGING 79
  • TABLE 24 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPES 81
  • TABLE 25 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPES 82
  • TABLE 26 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF FIELD ION MICROSCOPY 84
  • TABLE 27 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF SCANNING TUNNELING MICROSCOPES 85
  • TABLE 28 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY 87
  • TABLE 29 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF MAGNETIC FORCE MICROSCOPY 88
  • TABLE 30 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF NEAR-FIELD SCANNING OPTICAL MICROSCOPY 89
  • TABLE 31 GLOBAL MARKET FOR GRAPHENE-BASED PRODUCTS THROUGH 2023 ($ MILLIONS) 98
  • TABLE 32 GRAPHENE PROPERTIES 107
  • TABLE 33 POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS AND END USES OF GRAPHENE TECHNOLOGIES 111
  • TABLE 34 GLOBAL MARKET FOR GRAPHENE BY APPLICATION THROUGH 2023 ($ MILLIONS) 116

LIST OF FIGURES

  • FIGURE 1 TOTAL GLOBAL NANOMAGNETIC MARKET PROJECTIONS, 2011-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 7
  • FIGURE 2 QUALITATIVE DEPENDENCE OF MAGNETIC COERCIVITY (HC) ON ULTRAFINE PARTICLE SIZE 10
  • FIGURE 3 GLOBAL MARKET FOR NANOFIBER PRODUCTS, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 24
  • FIGURE 4 GLOBAL NANOTECHNOLOGY MARKET SHARE BY SEGMENT, 2012 (%) 27
  • FIGURE 5 WORLDWIDE NANOFIBER PATENT APPLICATIONS AND PATENTS ISSUED SINCE 1990 29
  • FIGURE 6 TRENDS IN GLOBAL ENERGY-RELATED MARKET FOR NANOTECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2017 ($ BILLIONS) 52
  • FIGURE 7 TRENDS IN GLOBAL ENERGY-RELATED MARKET FOR NANOTECHNOLOGIES, 2011-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 62
  • FIGURE 8 ENERGY-RELATED MARKETS FOR NANOMATERIALS AND NANODEVICES, TECHNOLOGY SEGMENTS 2011 VS. 2017 (% OF TOTAL MARKET) 63
  • FIGURE 9 ENERGY-RELATED MARKETS FOR NANOMATERIALS AND NANODEVICES END-USE SEGMENTS, 2011 VS. 2017 (% OF TOTAL MARKET) 65
  • FIGURE 10 GLOBAL REVENUE OF MOLECULAR, ATOMIC AND NANOSCALE IMAGING, 2010-2017 ($ MILLIONS) 71
  • FIGURE 11 GLOBAL MARKET FOR GRAPHENE-BASED PRODUCTS 2012-2023 ($ MILLIONS) 99
  • FIGURE 12 TRENDS IN GLOBAL MARKET FOR GRAPHENE, 2012-2023 ($ MILLIONS) 115
  • FIGURE 13 GRAPHENE APPLICATION SEGMENTS, 2012-2023 (% OF TOTAL MARKET) 116
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