Nanomaterials

US$1,435.00
Date of Publication: Nov 3, 2014
The properties of metal oxide nanoparticles/ nanopowders/nanocrystals display enhanced electrical, optical, magnetic and chemical properties from the bulk...

US$6,650.00
Date of Publication: May 12, 2015
Cellulose Nanoparticles: Processing, Applications and Global Markets This report provides: An overview of the global markets for the processing...

US$4,950.00
Date of Publication: Oct 10, 2014
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Smart Fabrics and Interactive Textiles in US$ Million by the following Application Segments: Consumer...

US$490.00
Date of Publication: Oct 23, 2014
The Global Market for Zirconium Oxide Nanoparticles The market for zirconium oxide nanoparticles is predicted to grow significantly in the coming...

US$2,295.00
Date of Publication: Sep 24, 2014
Supercapacitors, or ultracapacitors, or for the more technically inclined, electrochemical double layer capacitors (EDLCs), are a kind of hybrid between a capacitor and electrochemical batteries, like lithium ion (Li-ion) batteries. They can deliver an enormous amount of power very quickly, a capability known as power density (the maximum amount of power that can be supplied per unit mass), like a capacitor. But unlike capacitors, they can store that power for longer, a capability known as energy density (the amount of energy stored per unit mass).

US$3,295.00
Date of Publication: Sep 2, 2014
The PV boom and bust has rebooted efforts to commercialize the next generation of materials platforms for solar panels.  There has recently been a...

US$830.00
Date of Publication: Jan 24, 2014
Driven by demand from markets where advanced materials are required, graphene promises to outstrip all current nanomaterials, especially in electronics and energy storage applications. Other markets graphene is impacting include aerospace, automotive, coatings and paints, communications, sensors, solar, oil, and lubricants. The exceptional electron and thermal transport, mechanical properties, chemical stability of graphene and combinations thereof make it a potentially disruptive technology for electronics and energy applications.