Gold nanoparticles (Au-NPs) are widely used in biomedicine due to their unique optical properties. They find application in cancer therapy for drug delivery, biomarkets and contrast agents, DNA delivery and radiotherapy. Other applications at varying stages of commercial development include:
• Point-of-care testing.
• Gas sensors (Solvent suspensions in gas detection).
• Decorative coatings.
• Conductive thin film substrate coatings for flexible electronics.
• Glucose biosensors
• Chemical sensors.
• DNA detection.
• Electronic inks.
• Fluorescent probes.
• Fuel cell additives.
• Water remediation (Mercury detection and removal from contaminated water)
• Data storage.
• Gene therapy.
This 37 page report on the The Global Market for Gold Nanoparticles, 2010-2025 offers a unique insight into this growing market.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLES & FIGURES
Table 1: Market summary for nanomaterials production, global production 2014 and prospects by 2025
Figure 1: Global market for nanomaterials, 2010-2025, millions tons/year, conservative/optimistic estimates
Table 2: Global market for nanomaterials 2010-2025, tons/year
Table 3: Market summary for gold nanoparticles-Selling grade particle diameter, usage, advantages, average price/ton, market estimates, global consumption, main current applications, future applications
Table 4: Price range for gold nanoparticles
Table 5: Gold nanoparticles applications-Stage of commercialization from basic concept to mass production
Figure 2: Global consumption of gold nanoparticles, 2010-2025, conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 6: Global consumption of gold nanoparticles, 2010-2025, conservative and optimistic estimates