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— Silver Nanoparticles Market 2019
This report provides in depth study of "Silver Nanoparticles" using SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the organization. The Silver Nanoparticles report also provides an in-depth survey of key players in the market which is based on the various objectives of an organization such as profiling, the product outline, the quantity of production, required raw material, and the financial health of the organization.
Silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) or nanosilver refer to the particles of silver ranging between 1nm-100nm in size. They can be of a variety of shapes such as octagonal, diamond, spherical, and thin sheets, depending upon the application. However, spherical silver nanoparticles are most commonly used. The advent of nanotechnology has also given rise to nanoparticles that have thermal and chemical stability.
This report researches the worldwide Silver Nanoparticles market size (value, capacity, production and consumption) in key regions like United States, Europe, Asia Pacific (China, Japan) and other regions.
This study categorizes the global Silver Nanoparticles breakdown data by manufacturers, region, type and application, also analyzes the market status, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, risks and entry barriers, sales channels, distributors and Porter's Five Forces Analysis.
The following manufacturers are covered in this report:
Advanced Nano Products
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The chemical industry is known for producing a wide variety of products which affects virtually every aspect of our lives. There are various products created by the chemical industry, including soaps, detergents, perfumes that are bought directly by the consumer. Meanwhile, other types of products are utilized as intermediates, which are used for creating other products. For instance, in the region of Europe, close to 70% of the total chemicals produced are utilized for making products by other industries such as other domains of the chemical industry. The chemical industry makes use of a broad range of raw materials, from minerals to oil and from oil to air. With the surge in the competition around the world, innovation is the key strategy employed by companies, which helps them find creative ways to cater to the increasingly aware, and environmentally-conscious consumers.
Basic chemicals are generally produced in huge quantities and are primarily sold in the chemical industry as well as to other industries, following which they are sold to the general consumers. To give an instance, ethanoic acid is sold, after which it is used for making esters, which is then sold for making paints. This paint is then sold directly to the consumer. Also, bulk quantities of ethene get transported in the form of gas using pipelines around Europe, which is then sold to the companies that make poly(ethene) as well as various other polymers. After this, the product is sold to the manufacturers that make plastic components, prior to being bought by the main consumer.
The process of producing chemicals using petroleum and even using coal and biomass has witnessed numerous technological changes along with developments of massive production sites across the globe. The hydrocarbons that are present in gas and crude oil that are basically straight-chain alkanes, get segregated by making use of their different boiling points. Then, they are converted to hydrocarbons, which find numerous uses in the chemical industry, including alkenes, aromatic hydrocarbons, and branched chain alkanes.
Furthermore, the hydrocarbons are transformed into a broad range of basic chemicals that find widespread uses as ethane-1,2-diol, ethanol, petrol. Another step includes subjecting the basic chemicals to more reactions for producing a useful end product, such as phenol which is used for making ammonia and resins to make fertilizers. Another form of basic chemicals, petrochemicals, are used for manufacturing a huge range of polymers.
This aspect of the chemical industry includes a broad variety of chemicals that are used for crop protection, colorants like dyes and pigments, and paints and inks. This category also covers chemicals that find widespread use in industries that are as diverse as paper, engineering and textiles. The United States (US) and Europe have noted a trend that involves growing focus on the specialty chemical sector, instead of focusing on the basic chemicals. This can be due to the fact that with constant research and development (R&D), specialty chemicals are known for delivering efficient and more consistent profitability. An explosion of innovative products in this category that caters to both the customer needs as well as the new environmental regulations has brought about a radical transformation to the industry as a whole. The perfect example of this could be the household paints used every day, which have noted a striking move from being organic solvent-based to water-based. Another example could be the latest ink that has been developed to be used in ink-jet printers.
As the name suggests, consumer chemicals are bought directly by the consumer, which include soaps, detergents and other kinds of toiletries. In the last 20 years, the search for highly effective and environmentally safe detergents has taken a strong boost, especially when it comes to looking for surfactants which have the capability to clean sensitive skin or even large industrial plants. Similarly, a lot of efforts are being put in for producing a vast range of synthetic chemicals to be used in cosmetics, fragrances, and toiletries.
The Chemical Industry’s Contribution towards the Economy:
The chemical industry is considered to be one of the most crucial contributors to the economy of a country. For instance, the industry accounts for more than 1% of the Gross National Product (GNP) of the countries in the region of Europe, which in turn accounts for 6% of the overall GNP of all the manufacturing industries.
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