Metal and metal oxides nanoparticles show diverse physiochemical features and are unique in relation to their inhabitant mass mixes in a few regards which incorporates its optical, surface, electrical properties and thermal. Metal and metal oxide nanoparticles are fabricated by the expansion of declining or oxidizing/hastening agents amid their combination, individually.
Metal oxides are critical to numerous areas of materials science, physics and chemistry. The metal components can shape a huge assorted variety of oxide mixes.
The worldwide market for metal nanoparticles was expected to account for a market valuation of about US$ 14,000 Million through 2016 end and is likely to account for more than US$ 51,000 Million by the end of 2026. The overall market is expected to register a double digit CAGR of 13.9% during the assessment period.
Based on metal nanoparticles, the overall market is categorized into silicon, titanium, iron, aluminium, copper, gold, magnesium, silver, zinc, platinum and others (nickel, lead, tin). The platinum nanoparticles will be recording a 13.6% CAGR during the predicted period to account for a market value of US$ 8,000 Million through 2026. The copper nanoparticles are projected to touch a figure of about US$ 800 Million through 2026. However, the gold nanoparticles segment is predicted to gain maximum value share of the overall market by 2026. The expansion of the titanium oxide nanoparticles category is likely to be highest during the projection period.
Based on metal oxide nanoparticles, the worldwide market is divided into bismuth oxide, titanium oxide, magnesium oxide, zinc oxide, iron oxide, aluminium oxide, tungsten oxide, copper oxide and other (indium tin oxide, cerium oxide and magnese oxide). The titanium oxide division will be registering a 12.1%CAGR and is likely to gain 15.3% of revenue share in the worldwide market through 2026. The tungsten oxide division is likely to gain an incremental dollar opportunity of about US$ 125 Million over2016-2026. The zinc oxide division is likely to record an 11.0% CAGR over 2016-2026.
Based on the end use industry, the overall market is segmented into pharma & healthcare, chemical & coatings, defence, transportation (include automobile, marine and aviation), electrical & electronics, personal care & cosmetics and other (rubber & plastic, textile, etc.).
Based on region, the overall market is studied across seven key regions, namely Latin America, North America, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Japan, Asia Pacific Excluding Japan(APEJ) and Middle East & Africa (MEA). The Western Europe region is estimated to demonstrate potential growth in the worldwide market, recording a 14.2% CAGR during the projection period. In Asia Pacific, China and India are projected to offer considerable opportunities in the worldwide market for metal & metal oxide nanoparticles throughout the calculated period.
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