Global Nanomaterials & Nanomaterials-based Products Market Report, 2019, with Profiles of 1,000+ Application & Product Developers

DUBLIN, July 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The “The Global Market for Nanomaterials and Nanomaterials-Based Products” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. Many products used in everyday life now incorporate nanomaterials. Cosmetics, protective coatings, pharmaceuticals, sunscreens, personal care products, high-definition televisions, are examples of end products containing nano-sized particles (NPs), that are generally added to improve the product quality. This report is an in-depth assessment of the current and future market for commercially produced nanomaterials (e.g. graphene, carbon nanotubes, quantum dots) and nanomaterials-based products (e.g. quantum dot TVs, self-cleaning coatings, cosmetics, carbon nanocomposites). 2 INTRODUCTION2.1 Aims and Objectives of the Study2.2 Market Definition2.2.1 Properties of Nanomaterials2.3 Categorization 4 THE GLOBAL MARKET FOR NANOMATERIALS4.1 Aluminium Oxide Nanoparticles4.1.1 Market overview4.1.2 Properties4.1.3 Applications4.1.4 Demand by market4.1.5 Technology readiness level (TRL)4.1.6 Demand in tons, 2010-204.1.7 Demand by region4.1.8 Prices4.1.9 Producers4.2 Antimony Tin Oxide Nanoparticl...

North America Q4 TiO2 prices higher on tight supply

HOUSTON (ICIS)–North American titanium dioxide (TiO2) contract prices for the fourth-quarter increased on Friday on tight supply and unseasonably healthy demand. Most of the domestic producers separately sought fourth-quarter increases of 6-8 cents/lb ($132-176/tonne) for basic grades, though some sellers targeted higher gains for specialty grades. Increases were confirmed at or below targeted levels, taking the new range to $1.48-1.55/tonne FD (free delivered), as assessed by ICIS. On the demand front, despite fourth-quarter holidays including Christmas and the US Thanksgiving holiday, storm-recovery efforts could keep current demand levels atypically strong during the period. While the year’s final fiscal quarter usually prompts de-stocking, tight supply and expected strong downstream coatings demand next spring defy typical late-year fundamentals. Tight conditions have persisted since early last year, and have brought a stream of of accompanying price increases. One producer, in its third-quarter earnings report, conceded that the global TiO2 environment favours further earnings and cash-flow improvement. Allowing for 90-day price protection granted to most contract cu...