BIRMINGHAM, UK – A new market research report by Future Markets Inc. provides a detailed discussion of the global nanocomposites market.

Global revenues for polymeric nanocomposites were approximately $390.05 million in 2009. A diverse range of markets are being impacted by polymer nanocomposites such as aerospace and aviation, automotive, food, pharmaceutical and electronics packaging, electrical and electronic goods, sporting goods, and medicine.

Clay nanocomposites have the largest market share, with revenues of approximately $220.65 million in 2009 and main application markets in packaging, flame retardants, and aerospace and aviation (including military applications). Nanofiber composites accounted for $79.5 million in global revenues in 2009, with main application markets in filtration. Metal and metal oxide nanocomposites accounted for $41 million in global revenues in 2009, with main application markets in aerospace and electronics. Carbon nanotube nanocomposites accounted for $37 million in global revenues in 2009, with main application markets in aerospace, consumer, and military and defense.

The report, titled “The World Market for Nanocomposites (Metal Nanoparticles, Nanotubes, Nanoclays, Nanofibers, Graphene, Fullerenes and POSS)”, was published in October 2010. It includes: applications by market and technology for metal nanoparticles, nanotubes, nanoclays, nanofibers, graphene, fullerenes and POSS composites; market revenues to 2017, by nanocomposites type and end-user markets; market structure and market drivers; key producers and key players by market; profiles of over 350 companies, including products and end-user markets; over 100 tables and figures; and end-user markets, including aerospace and aviation, automotive, consumer goods, electronics and semiconductors, energy, environment and water, medical and bio, military and defense, and packaging and plastics.

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