Global Markets for Spectroscopy Equipment

Global Markets for Spectroscopy Equipment

BCC, Date of Publication: Feb 5, 2013, 226 Pages
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This report explores present and future trends within the spectroscopy market, which includes molecular, atomic, mass/hyphenated, and some other types of spectroscopies.  These spectroscopies are further divided into various types, which are described in detail.  The improvisation, setbacks and needs of the market are discussed in this report.  The classifications and usage of these types of analytical methods are also portrayed.

The report aims to identify the factors driving the market during this period (2009 through 2012) and provides extensive analysis of the industry, current market trends, industry drivers, and challenges, in order to enable a better understanding of the market structure.  A detailed analysis of spectroscopy industry structure has been conducted.  Revenues are broken down for regions by type and end users.  Sales figures are estimated for the five-year period from 2012 through 2017.

Applications for different types of spectroscopy methods are also discussed in the report.  The report also covers significant patents and their allotments in each category.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

After the economic downturn of 2009, the analytical instrumentation industry’s business appeared to start recovering in 2010, primarily due to the burgeoning requirements of the life sciences and pharmaceutical industries, substantial demands from the chemical and petrochemical industries, and growing environmental concerns.  Therefore, extensive research in the field of spectroscopies has become necessary, since they play a major role in the analytical market.

R&D spending, along with increasing competition in terms of the sensitivity and performance of new technologies, are a few of the factors that are moving this industry into a different era.  New advancements and new product launches have influenced the market to grow for the foreseeable future.  This study looks at almost all of the systems affected by these factors.

Acquisition strategies and collaborations by companies are also covered in this report.  This study also discusses the strength and weaknesses of each type/category/technology in light of new technologies, growing competition, and changing customer needs.

CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY AND INTENDED AUDIENCE

This study identifies the areas of market growth among spectroscopy manufacturers and users.  Pharmaceutical biotechnical companies and research institutes will find this study to be of interest.

SCOPE OF THE STUDY

The scope of this study encompasses spectroscopy in pharmaceutical and biotechnology, environmental, food and beverage, and other industries.  This report analyzes each market in terms of its applications, regulatory environment, technology, market projections, and market shares.  Technological issues include the latest trends and developments.  The report splits the worldwide market into North America, Europe, and the emerging markets.  The emerging market for spectroscopy includes countries such as India, China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, etc.  The North American market covers the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

This report provides:

  • An overview of the global market for spectroscopy, including definitions and history of the science, and an introduction to the different types of spectroscopy equipment.
  • Discussion of the different types of spectroscopic analysis: bulk, mixture, surface, and spectroscopic microanalysis.
  • Examination of the markets for spectroscopic instruments by their typical applications; these applications are broken into six main groups: biotechnology, environmental, food and beverage, industrial chemistry, materials, and pharmaceuticals.
  • Evaluations of the technology, with an emphasis on both established and new spectroscopic technologies.
  • Coverage of the structure and activities of the spectroscopic industry, with emphasis on industry classification, the active mergers-and-acquisitions (M&A) business, marketing and competitive factors, and major domestic producers and suppliers.
  • Comprehensive company profiles of the major suppliers in the industry.


TABLE OF CONTENTS


Chapter  1: INTRODUCTION     

    STUDY OBJECTIVES
    REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
    CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY AND INTENDED AUDIENCE
    SCOPE OF THE STUDY
    METHODOLOGY
    INFORMATION SOURCES
    ABOUT THE AUTHOR
    DISCLAIMER

Chapter  2: SUMMARY

        Table Summary : GLOBAL REVENUE OF SPECTROSCOPY MARKET, THROUGH 2017
        Figure Summary : GLOBAL REVENUE OF SPECTROSCOPY MARKET, 2010-2017

Chapter  3: OVERVIEW     

    PHYSICAL QUANTITIES MEASURED AND TYPES OF SPECTROSCOPY
        ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY
                Table 3 : TYPES OF ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY
        EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY
        SCATTERING SPECTROSCOPY
    HISTORY OF SPECTROSCOPY
            Table 4 : HISTORIC EVENTS IN SPECTROSCOPY, 1224-1989
    SPECTROSCOPIC INSTRUMENTS
            Table 5 : SPECTROSCOPIC INSTRUMENTS AND TECHNIQUES
    SPECTROSCOPY IN CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
            Table 6 : TYPES OF SPECTROSCOPY
    MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY
        INFRARED (IR) SPECTROSCOPY
            Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy Instrumentation
        UV-VIS SPECTROSCOPY
            Ultraviolet-Visible (UV-Vis) Spectroscopy Instrumentation
        RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY
            Raman Spectroscopy Instrumentation
        NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE (NMR) SPECTROSCOPY
            Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy Instrumentation
        ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE (ESR) SPECTROSCOPY
    ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY
        ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY
            Atomic Absorption (AA) Spectroscopy Instrumentation
        X-RAY SPECTROSCOPY
            X-Ray Spectroscopy Instrumentation
        ARC/SPARK SPECTROSCOPY
            Arc/Spark Spectroscopy Instrumentation
        PLASMA SPECTROSCOPY
            Plasma Spectroscopy Instrumentation
    MASS SPECTROSCOPY
        MASS SPECTROSCOPY (MS) INSTRUMENTATION
    HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY
        GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMETRY (GC-MS)
        LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROSCOPY (LC-MS)
    OTHER TYPES OF SPECTROSCOPY
        MICROWAVE SPECTROSCOPY
        MOSSBAUER SPECTROSCOPY
        FLAME PHOTOMETRY SPECTROSCOPY
    TYPES OF ANALYSIS
        BULK ANALYSIS
                Table 7 : SPECTROSCOPIC BULK ANALYSIS
        MIXTURE ANALYSIS
                Table 8 : SPECTROSCOPIC MIXTURE ANALYSIS
        MICROANALYSIS
                Table 9 : MICROANALYSIS
        SURFACE ANALYSIS
                Table 10 : SPECTROSCOPIC SURFACE ANALYSIS
        Table 1 : ULTRAVIOLET (UV) AND INFRARED (IR) LIGHT REGION
        Table 2 : THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM BY WAVELENGTH

Chapter  4: REGULATORY ASPECTS    

    NEW PRODUCTS APPROVED FROM 2009 TO 2012
            Table 11 : FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA)-APPROVED NEW PRODUCTS, 2009-2012
    RECALLS AND SAFETY ALERTS
            Table 12 : RECALL CLASSIFICATION
            Table 13 : RECALLS IN PRODUCTS USING SPECTROSCOPY, 2010-2012

Chapter  5: NEW DEVELOPMENTS     

    NEW PARTNERSHIPS, MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
    NEW PRODUCTS
            Table 14 : INNOVATIONS IN SPECTROSCOPY, 2009-2012

Chapter  6: GLOBAL MARKETS

    MARKET ANALYSIS
    MARKET BY TYPE
        MARKET OVERVIEW
        MARKET REVENUE
        MARKET SHARE
    MARKET BY REGION
        MARKET OVERVIEW
        MARKET REVENUE
        MARKET SHARE
    MARKET REVENUE BY REGION FOR EACH TYPE OF SPECTROSCOPY
        MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY
        ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY
        MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY
        OTHER SPECTROSCOPY
    MARKET BY APPLICATION/END USER
        MARKET OVERVIEW
        MARKET REVENUE
        MARKET SHARE

Chapter  7: MARKET ANALYSIS FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY

    MARKET BY TYPE
            Table 29 : MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017
            Figure 15 : MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY TYPE, 2010-2017
    MARKET BY REGION
        INFRARED (IR) SPECTROSCOPY
        RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY
        ULTRAVIOLET-VISIBLE SPECTROSCOPY (UV-VIS)
        NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY (NMR)
        ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY
    MARKET BY APPLICATION/END USER
        PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY
        ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE INDUSTRY
        FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY
        OTHER INDUSTRIES
            Table 35 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY BY END USERS, THROUGH 2017
            Figure 21 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY, BY END USERS, 2010-2017
    INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
        INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
        ULTRAVIOLET-VISIBLE (UV-VIS)
        NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY
        ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY

Chapter  8: MARKET ANALYSIS FOR ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY

    MARKET BY TYPE
            Table 48 : ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017
            Figure 30 : ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017
    MARKET BY REGION
        X-RAY SPECTROSCOPY
        ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY
        ARC/SPARK SPECTROSCOPY
        PLASMA SPECTROSCOPY
    MARKET BY APPLICATION/END USER
        PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY
        ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE INDUSTRY
        FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY
        OTHER INDUSTRIES
            Table 53 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY BY END USERS, THROUGH 2017
            Figure 35 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY, BY END USERS, 2010-2017
    INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
        X-RAY SPECTROSCOPY
        ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY
        PLASMA SPECTROSCOPY
        ARC/SPARK SPECTROSCOPY

Chapter  9: MARKET ANALYSIS FOR MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY

    MARKET BY TYPE
            Table 66 : MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017
            Figure 44 : MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017
    MARKET BY REGION
        MASS SPECTROSCOPY
        HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY
    MARKET BY APPLICATION/END USER
        PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY
        ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE INDUSTRY
        FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY
        OTHER INDUSTRIES
            Table 69 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPIES BY END USERS, THROUGH 2017
            Figure 47 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPIES BY END USERS, THROUGH 2017
    INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
        MASS SPECTROSCOPY
        HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY

Chapter  10: MARKETS FOR OTHER TYPES OF SPECTROSCOPY

    MARKET BY TYPE
            Table 78 : OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES REVENUE BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017
            Figure 54 : OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES REVENUE BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017
    MARKET BY REGION
        MICROWAVE SPECTROSCOPY
        MOSSBAUER SPECTROSCOPY
        FLUORESCENCE AND FLAME PHOTOMETRY/FLAME EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY
    MARKET BY APPLICATION/END USER
        PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY
        ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE INDUSTRY
        FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY
        OTHER INDUSTRIES
            Table 82 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES BY END USERS, THROUGH 2017
            Figure 58 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES BY END USERS, 2010-2017
    INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
        MICROWAVE SPECTROSCOPY
        FLUORESCENCE AND FLAME PHOTOMETRY/FLAME EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY
        MOSSBAUER SPECTROSCOPY

Chapter  11: PATENT ANALYSIS

    PATENTS BY YEAR
            Table 93 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY YEAR, 2009-2012
            Figure 66 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY YEAR, 2009-2012
            Figure 67 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY YEAR, 2009–2012
    PATENTS BY CATEGORY
            Table 94 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY CATEGORY, 2009-2012
            Figure 68 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY CATEGORY, 2009-2012
    PATENTS BY TYPE
            Table 95 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY TYPE, 2009-2012
            Figure 69 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY TYPE, 2009–2012
    PATENTS BY COMPANY
            Table 96 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COMPANY, 2009-2012
    PATENTS BY COUNTRY
            Table 97 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COUNTRY, 2009-2012
    PATENTS BY ASSIGNEE
            Table 98 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY ASSIGNEE TYPE, 2009-2012
            Figure 70 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY ASSIGNEE TYPE, 2009–2012

Chapter  12: CURRENT SITUATION

    SENSITIVITY AND PERFORMANCE
    OPTICAL CONFIGURATION
    SPECTROPHOTOMETER SIZE AND LOW COST

Chapter  13: COMPANY PROFILES

    A2 TECHNOLGIES
    AABSPEC INSTRUMENTATION CORP.
    ABB ANALYTICAL/ABB PROCESS ANALYTICS
    AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES
    AHURA SCIENTIFIC, INC.
    ANALYTIK JENA USA
    ANASYS INSTRUMENTS CORP.
    ANGSTROM, INC.
    APPLIED BIOSYSTEMS
    AURORA INSTRUMENTS, LTD.
    AVANTES, INC.
    B&W TEK, INC.
    BECKMAN COULTER, INC.
    BRUKER AXS, INC.
    BRUKER BIOSPIN CORP.
    BRUKER DALTONICS, INC.
    BRUKER OPTICS, INC.
    BUCK SCIENTIFIC, INC.
    CINAFLONE SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS CORP.
    CRAIC TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
    CVI MELLES GRIOT
    CYCLOTRON INC.
    DANAHER CORP. /HACH CO.
    DIGILAB, INC.
    DIONEX CORP.
    EDAX
    ENWAVE OPTRONICS, INC.
    FILMETRICS, INC.
    FOSS NIRSYSTEMS, INC.
    GAMMA-LAB DEVELOPMENT S.L.
    GBC SCIENTIFIC EQUIPMENT
    GRATINGWORKS CO. LTD. USA
    HITACHI HIGH TECHNOLOGIES AMERICA
    HORIBA JOBIN YVON, INC.
    INNOV-X SYSTEMS, INC.
    INPHOTONICS, INC.
    ISS, INC.
    JASCO, INC.
    JEOL USA, INC.
    KAISER OPTICAL SYSTEMS, INC.
    LECO CORP.
    LIFE TECHNOLOGIES CORP.
    MIDAC CORP.
    MK PHOTONICS, INC.
    NEWPORT CORP.
    OCEAN OPTICS, INC.
    OLIS, INC.
    OXFORD INSTRUMENTS PLASMA TECHNOLOGY
    PANALYTICAL, INC.
    PERKINELMER, INC.
    PHOTON TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL
    PICARRO, INC.
    PRINCETON INSTRUMENTS/ACTON RESEARCH
    PROTASIS
    RENISHAW, INC.
    RIGAKU AMERICAS
    RITVERC ISOTOPE PRODUCTS
    SEE CO.
    SENSOR TECHNOLOGIES LLC
    SHIMADZU SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS, INC.
    SPECTRAL PRODUCTS
    SPECTRO ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTS, INC.
    STELLAR NET, INC.
    TE-HSNABEXPORT/TENEX
    TELEDYNE LEEMAN LABS
    THERMOFISHER SCIENTIFIC, INC.
    TIGER OPTICS LLC
    VARIAN, INC.
    WATERS CORP.
    WILKS ENTERPRISE, INC.
    X-RITE, INC.
    ZELTEX, INC.

Chapter  14: APPENDIX I-ABBREVIATIONS

   Table 99 : ABBREVIATIONS

 
List of Tables

    Summary Table : GLOBAL REVENUE OF SPECTROSCOPY MARKET, THROUGH 2017
    Table 1 : ULTRAVIOLET (UV) AND INFRARED (IR) LIGHT REGION
    Table 2 : THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM BY WAVELENGTH
    Table 3 : TYPES OF ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY
    Table 4 : HISTORIC EVENTS IN SPECTROSCOPY, 1224-1989
    Table 5 : SPECTROSCOPIC INSTRUMENTS AND TECHNIQUES
    Table 6 : TYPES OF SPECTROSCOPY
    Table 7 : SPECTROSCOPIC BULK ANALYSIS
    Table 8 : SPECTROSCOPIC MIXTURE ANALYSIS
    Table 9 : MICROANALYSIS
    Table 10 : SPECTROSCOPIC SURFACE ANALYSIS
    Table 11 : FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA)-APPROVED NEW PRODUCTS, 2009-2012
    Table 12 : RECALL CLASSIFICATION
    Table 13 : RECALLS IN PRODUCTS USING SPECTROSCOPY, 2010-2012
    Table 14 : INNOVATIONS IN SPECTROSCOPY, 2009-2012
    Table 15 : REVENUE OF SPECTROSCOPIES, BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017
    Table 16 : MARKET SHARE OF SPECTROSCOPIES REVENUE BY TYPE, 2011
    Table 17 : GLOBAL REVENUE OF SPECTROSCOPY, BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 18 : MARKET SHARE OF SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE, BY REGION, 2011
    Table 19 : MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 20 : MARKET SHARE OF MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2011
    Table 21 : ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 22 : MARKET SHARE OF ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2011
    Table 23 : MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 24 : MARKET SHARE OF MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2011
    Table 25 : OTHER SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 26 : MARKET SHARE OF OTHER SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2011
    Table 27 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR SPECTROSCOPY BY END USERS, THROUGH 2017
    Table 28 : MARKET SHARE OF GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR SPECTROSCOPY BY END USERS, 2011
    Table 29 : MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017
    Table 30 : INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 31 : RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 32 : ULTRAVIOLET-VISIBLE (UV-VIS) SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 33 : NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 34 : ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 35 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY BY END USERS, THROUGH 2017
    Table 36 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2017
    Table 37 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2017
    Table 38 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2017
    Table 39 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY IN OTHER INDUSTRIES, THROUGH 2017
    Table 40 : MARKET LEADERS IN THE MANUFACTURE/DISTRIBUTION OF INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
    Table 41 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN INFRARED (IR) SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Table 42 : MARKET LEADERS FOR THE MANUFACTURE/DISTRIBUTION OF ULTRAVIOLET-VISIBLE (UV-VIS) SPECTROSCOPY
    Table 43 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN ULTRAVIOLET-VISIBLE (UV-VIS) SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Table 44 : MARKET LEADERS FOR THE MANUFACTURE/DISTRIBUTION OF NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE (NMR) SPECTROSCOPY
    Table 45 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE (NMR) SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Table 46 : MARKET LEADERS FOR THE MANUFACTURE/DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE (ESR) SPECTROSCOPY
    Table 47 : MARKET SHARE FOR THE MANUFACTURERS OF ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE (ESR) SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Table 48 : ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017
    Table 49 : X-RAY SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 50 : ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 51 : ARC/SPARK SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 52 : PLASMA SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 53 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY BY END USERS, THROUGH 2017
    Table 54 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2017
    Table 55 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2017
    Table 56 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2017
    Table 57 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY IN OTHER INDUSTRIES, THROUGH 2017
    Table 58 : MARKET LEADERS IN THE MANUFACTURE/DISTRIBUTION OF X-RAY SPECTROSCOPY, THROUGH 2017
    Table 59 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN X-RAY SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Table 60 : MARKET LEADERS IN THE MANUFACTURE/DISTRIBUTION OF ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY INSTRUMENTS, THROUGH 2017
    Table 61 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Table 62 : MARKET LEADERS IN THE MANUFACTURE/DISTRIBUTION OF PLASMA SPECTROSCOPY INSTRUMENTS, 2011
    Table 63 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN PLASMA SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Table 64 : MARKET LEADERS IN THE MANUFACTURE/DISTRIBUTION OF ARC/SPARK SPECTROSCOPY INSTRUMENTS, 2011
    Table 65 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN ARC/SPARK SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Table 66 : MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017
    Table 67 : GLOBAL REVENUE OF MASS SPECTROSCOPY BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 68 : REVENUE OF HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 69 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPIES BY END USERS, THROUGH 2017
    Table 70 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2017
    Table 71 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2017
    Table 72 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2017
    Table 73 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY IN OTHER INDUSTRIES, THROUGH 2017
    Table 74 : MARKET LEADERS IN THE MANUFACTURE/DISTRIBUTION OF MASS SPECTROSCOPY
    Table 75 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN MASS SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Table 76 : MARKET LEADERS IN THE MANUFACTURE/DISTRIBUTION OF HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY
    Table 77 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Table 78 : OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES REVENUE BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017
    Table 79 : MICROWAVE SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 80 : MOSSBAUER SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 81 : FLUORESCENCE AND FLAME PHOTOMETRY/FLAME EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Table 82 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES BY END USERS, THROUGH 2017
    Table 83 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2017
    Table 84 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2017
    Table 85 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2017
    Table 86 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES IN OTHER INDUSTRIES, THROUGH 2017
    Table 87 : MARKET LEADERS IN THE MANUFACTURE/DISTRIBUTION OF MICROWAVE SPECTROSCOPY
    Table 88 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN MICROWAVE SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Table 89 : MARKET LEADERS IN THE MANUFACTURE/DISTRIBUTION OF FLUORESCENCE AND FLAME PHOTOMETRY/ FLAME EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY
    Table 90 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN FLUORESCENCE AND FLAME PHOTOMETRY/ FLAME EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Table 91 : MARKET LEADERS IN THE MANUFACTURE/DISTRIBUTION OF MOSSBAUER SPECTROSCOPY
    Table 92 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN MOSSBAUER SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Table 93 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY YEAR, 2009-2012
    Table 94 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY CATEGORY, 2009-2012
    Table 95 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY TYPE, 2009-2012
    Table 96 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COMPANY, 2009-2012
    Table 97 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY COUNTRY, 2009-2012
    Table 98 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY ASSIGNEE TYPE, 2009-2012
    Table 99 : ABBREVIATIONS

List of Figures

    Summary Figure : GLOBAL REVENUE OF SPECTROSCOPY MARKET, 2010-2017
    Figure 1 : REVENUE OF SPECTROSCOPIES, BY TYPE, 2010-2017
    Figure 2 : MARKET SHARE OF REVENUE OF SPECTROSCOPIES, BY TYPE, 2011
    Figure 3 : GLOBAL REVENUE OF SPECTROSCOPY, BY REGION, 2010-2017
    Figure 4 : MARKET SHARE OF SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE, BY REGION, 2011
    Figure 5 : MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2010-2017
    Figure 6 : MARKET SHARE OF MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2011
    Figure 7 : ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Figure 8 : MARKET SHARE OF ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2011
    Figure 9 : MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2010-2017
    Figure 10 : MARKET SHARE OF MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2011
    Figure 11 : OTHER SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2010-2017
    Figure 12 : MARKET SHARE OF OTHER SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2011
    Figure 13 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR SPECTROSCOPY BY END USERS, 2010-2017
    Figure 14 : MARKET SHARE OF GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR SPECTROSCOPY BY END USERS, 2011
    Figure 15 : MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY TYPE, 2010-2017
    Figure 16 : INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2010-2017
    Figure 17 : RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2010-2017
    Figure 18 : ULTRAVIOLET-VISIBLE (UV-VIS) SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2010-2017
    Figure 19 : NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2010-2017
    Figure 20 : ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2010-2017
    Figure 21 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY, BY END USERS, 2010-2017
    Figure 22 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY, 2010-2017
    Figure 23 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES INDUSTRY, 2010-2017
    Figure 24 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY, 2010-2017
    Figure 25 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY IN OTHER INDUSTRIES, 2010-2017
    Figure 26 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN INFRARED (IR) SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Figure 27 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN ULTRAVIOLET-VISIBLE (UV-VIS) SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Figure 28 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE (NMR) SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Figure 29 : MARKET SHARE FOR THE MANUFACTURERS OF ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE (ESR) SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Figure 30 : ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017
    Figure 31 : X-RAY SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2010-2017
    Figure 32 : ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2010-2017
    Figure 33 : ARC/SPARK SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2010-2017
    Figure 34 : PLASMA SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2010-2017
    Figure 35 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY, BY END USERS, 2010-2017
    Figure 36 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY, 2010-2017
    Figure 37 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES INDUSTRY, 2010-2017
    Figure 38 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY, 2010-2017
    Figure 39 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY IN OTHER INDUSTRIES, 2010-2017
    Figure 40 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN X-RAY SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Figure 41 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Figure 42 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN PLASMA SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Figure 43 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN ARC/SPARK SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Figure 44 : MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017
    Figure 45 : GLOBAL REVENUE OF MASS SPECTROSCOPY BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Figure 46 : REVENUE OF HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Figure 47 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPIES BY END USERS, THROUGH 2017
    Figure 48 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2017
    Figure 49 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES INDUSTRY, 2010-2017
    Figure 50 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY, 2010-2017
    Figure 51 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR MASS AND HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY IN OTHER INDUSTRIES, 2010-2017
    Figure 52 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN MASS SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Figure 53 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN HYPHENATED SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Figure 54 : OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES REVENUE BY TYPE, THROUGH 2017
    Figure 55 : MICROWAVE SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
    Figure 56 : MOSSBAUER SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2010-2017
    Figure 57 : FLUORESCENCE AND FLAME PHOTOMETRY/FLAME EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, 2010-2017
    Figure 58 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES BY END USERS, 2010-2017
    Figure 59 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY, 2010-2017
    Figure 60 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES INDUSTRY, 2010-2017
    Figure 61 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY, 2010-2017
    Figure 62 : GLOBAL EXPENDITURE FOR OTHER SPECTROSCOPIES IN OTHER INDUSTRIES, 2010-2017
    Figure 63 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN MICROWAVE SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Figure 64 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN FLUORESCENCE AND FLAME PHOTOMETRY/FLAME EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Figure 65 : MARKET SHARES OF MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTORS IN MOSSBAUER SPECTROSCOPY, 2011
    Figure 66 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY YEAR, 2009-2012
    Figure 67 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY YEAR, 2009–2012
    Figure 68 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY CATEGORY, 2009-2012
    Figure 69 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY TYPE, 2009–2012
    Figure 70 : NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS BY ASSIGNEE TYPE, 2009–2012

 

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