Nanomaterials in consumer electronics
Carbon nanotubes, graphene, silver nanowires and quantum dots are all key nanomaterials in consumer electronics. They are leading candidates to replace Indium Tin Oxide (ITO) in displays and silicon in transistors. These extraordinary materials have already been integrated into some consumer electronics products and their market penetration will grow over the next decade. Nanomaterials are driving developments in printable and flexible electronics.
A number of electronic products made with nanomaterials are already commercially available and more are coming onto the market in 2014. Liquid repellent, thermal, conductive, magnetic and anti-corrosive nanocoatings have been applied inside and outside consumer electronic devices. Graphene, carbon nanotubes, silver nanowires and quantum dots are finding their way into the displays and touchscreens markets.
Nanomaterials for ITO replacement in consumer electronics
ITO replacement is a key theme among product development in displays. Carbon nanotubes, graphene and silver nanowires may allow for the replacement of existing electrically conductive materials that are in short supply, expensive and limited in their use with flexible substrates. Competition from silicon in semiconductors and sensors for nanomaterials is significant. Graphene, silver nanowires and carbon nanotubes are likely to become increasingly competitive as well as other 2-D materials such as boron nitride, molybdenum disulfide, tungsten tungsten disulfide and germanane.
This 187 page report includes:
- Market analysis for nanomaterials in consumer electronics. Carbon nanotubes, graphene, silver nanowires and quantum dots in displays, conductive inks, transistors
- Applications and estimated time to market for nanomaterials in consumer electronics
- Nanomaterials in consumer electronics industry news from 2013-2014
- Product developers using nanomaterials in consumer electronics
- Potential market size for nanomaterials in consumer electronics
- Company profiles of application developers of nanomaterials in consumer electronics
Published August 2014 | 186 Pages | Table of contents
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