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The major objective of this report is to analyze inherently conductive polymers (ICPs) and, to a lesser extent, traditional conductively filled thermoplastics, in terms of their competitive scenario ...

The major objective of this report is to analyze inherently conductive polymers (ICPs) and, to a lesser extent, traditional conductively filled thermoplastics, in terms of their competitive scenario in specific applications. Another goal is to develop a reasonable scenario for ICP markets outside of their competitive posture vis-à-vis traditional conductive-filled thermoplastics.

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    • Conductive PolymersReportsnReports.com adds BCC Research Market Research Report “Conductive PolymersMarket’’ to its store.The major objective of this report is to analyze inherently conductive polymers (ICPs) and,to a lesser extent, traditional conductively filled thermoplastics, in terms of their competitivescenario in specific applications. Another goal is to develop a reasonable scenario forinherently conductive polymers markets outside of their competitive posture vis-à-vistraditional conductive-filled thermoplastics.The latter group is often called “”conductive plastics”". However, in several market reportsthese materials are often termed “”conductive polymers”", which often leads to someconfusion.Often ICPs and conductive plastics are termed “”electroactive polymers/plastics”" while inother studies the phrase “”electroactive”" polymers includes very highly specializedpolymers with both electrical and/or optical characteristics (electro-optic polymers).SCOPE OF STUDYThis report contains: Descriptions of various electroactive polymer applications including electrostatic dissipation control, antistatic packaging, light emitting displays, capacitors, electrostatic paintable plastics, corrosion-resistant paints/coatings and electrostatic spray painting The current global market status for electroactive polymers, with trends and forecasts for growth over the next 5 years Analysis of the electroactive polymer industry on a worldwide basis, both from a market and application perspective The latest technological advancements along with a thorough patent analysis Company profiles.METHODOLOGY Both primary and secondary research sources were used to gather information, including: Complete literature review on products and technology. Patent search. Contacts with key personnel from producers, suppliers, and end users.ANALYST CREDENTIALSResearch analyst Mel Schlechter has over 40 years in the chemical industry, and specializesin plastics market research. He has been with BCC Research for over 10 years and holds aB.S. in chemistry, M.S. in organic chemistry and a M.B.A. in marketing.Table Of ContentsChapter- 1: INTRODUCTION – ComplimentarySTUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVESREASONS FOR DOING THE STUDYSCOPE OF THE STUDY
    • METHODOLOGYACRONYMSABOUT THE AUTHORRELATED BCC REPORTSBCC ONLINE SERVICESDISCLAIMERChapter- 2: SUMMARYTable 0 : ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER MARKETFigure 0 : ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER MARKET, 2007-2013Chapter- 3: ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER OVERVIEWBACKGROUNDINHERENTLY CONDUCTIVE POLYMERSINHERENTLY DISSIPATIVE POLYMERS (IDPS)CONDUCTIVE PLASTICSChapter- 4: INHERENTLY CONDUCTIVE POLYMERSADDITIONAL TECHNICAL DETAILSSYNTHESIZING CONJUGATED POLYMERSTECHNIQUES FOR MAKING PLASTICS CONDUCTIVECONCEPT OF RESISITIVITIESICP HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVETECHNOLOGIESCONDUCTIVE POLYMER TYPESChapter- 5: ICP COMPETITIVE RESIN SYSTEMS CONDUCTIVE PLASTICSBACKGROUNDOVERVIEWTECHNIQUES FOR MAKING PLASTICS CONDUCTIVECONCEPT OF RESISITIVITIESTYPES OF CONDUCTIVE PLASTIC MATERIALSCONDUCTIVE PLASTIC ADDITIVESTECHNICAL ISSUESCOSTSRESINS USEDNEW DEVELOPMENTSCONDUCTIVE FILLER SUPPLIERSRECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CONDUCTIVE PLASTICSOTHER CONDUCTIVE PLASTIC SYSTEMSCOMPOUNDING CONDUCTIVE PLASTICSKEY SUPPLIERS AND EXAMPLES OF THEIR CONDUCTIVE PLASTIC PRODUCTSNEW PRODUCTSChapter- 6: MARKET ESTIMATES AND FORECASTSINHERENTLY CONDUCTIVE POLYMERSCONDUCTIVE PLASTICSOVERALL MARKET SUMMARYTable 19 : TOTAL ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER MARKET, THROUGH 2013
    • Table 20 : TOTAL ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER MARKET, THROUGH 2013Chapter- 7: APPLICATIONS OF ICPS AND CONDUCTIVE PLASTICSBACKGROUNDPOTENTIAL/CURRENT APPLICATIONS OF ICPSOVERVIEW OF COMPETITIVE SCENARIO BETWEEN ICPS AND CONDUCTIVE PLASTICSELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONSELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE (EMI)ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD)ANTI-CORROSION PRODUCTSTEXTILES/FABRICS (ELECTROTEXTILES)MEMBRANESAVIATION/AEROSPACECOATINGS/INKSFUEL CELLSNANO-RELATED APPLICATIONSRECENT CONDUCTIVE POLYMER DEVELOPMENTSRFID TAGS/LABELSMISCELLANEOUS APPLICATIONSMARKET ESTIMATES AND FORECASTS BY APPLICATIONChapter- 8: RECENT CONDUCTIVE POLYMER PATENT ACTIVITYU.S. 6,870,516 (MARCH 22, 2005) – LOW COST ANTENNAS USING CONDUCTIVE PLASTICS– INTEGRAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC. (BELLINGHAM, WA)U.S. 6,942,822 (SEPTEMBER 13, 2005) – PROCESS FOR PREPARATION OF POLYANILINESALT – IBM CORPORATION (ARMONK, NY)U.S. 6,987,440 (JANUARY 17, 2006) – ELECTRICAL DEVICES CONTAINING CONDUCTIVEPOLYMERS – TYCO ELECTRONICS (MIDDLETOWN, PA)U.S. 6,994,805 (FEBRUARY 7, 2006) – POLYTHIOPHENE POLYMER WITH HIGH CHARGE-CARRIER MOBILITIES – INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES (MUNICH, GERMANY)U.S. 7,008,562 (MARCH 7, 2006) – METHOD FOR FORMING POLYTHIOPHENE DISPERSIONS– BAYER AG (LEVERKUSEN, GERMANY)U.S. 7,033,639 (APRIL 25, 2006) – POLYANILINE COATING COMPOSITION – ROHM & HAASCOMPANY (MARLBOROUGH, MA)U.S. 7,033,646 (APRIL 25, 2006) – POLYANILINE BLENDS FOR USE IN HIGH EFFICIENCYPOLYMERIC ELECTROLUMINESCENT DEVICES – PARA LTD (SUWON-SI, KOREA)U.S. 7,034,164 (APRIL 25, 2006) – ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS CAPABLE OFBEING GRAFTED BY LIGHT FOR BIOSENSORS – UNIVERSITE JOSEPH FOURIER (GRENOBLE,FRANCE)U.S. 7,081,752 (JULY 25, 2006) – ELECTRICALLY LOADING RADIO FREQUENCY COILSUSING CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS – GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY (SCHENECTADY, NY)U.S. 7,101,495 (SEPTEMBER 5, 2006) – USE OF SULPHONIC AND PHOSPHORIC ACIDS ASDOPANTS FOR POLYANILINE – COMMISSARIAT A L’ENERGIE ATOMIQUE (PARIS, FRANCE)U.S. 7,132,630 (NOVEMBER 7, 2006) – RESISTIVE HEATING USING POLYANILINE FIBERS –SANTA FE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY LLC (SANTA FE, NM)U.S. 7,175,914 (FEBRUARY 13, 92007) – POLYANILINE-CONTAINING FILM SURFACES –DENSO CORPORATION (KARIYA, JAPAN)U.S. 7,217,295 (MAY 15, 2007) – USE OF SOLUBLE CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS FORTREATING HUMAN KERATIN FIBERS – L.OREAL S.A. (PARIS, FRANCE)
    • U.S. 7,250,461 (JULY 31, 2007) – CONDUCTIVE POLYMER ORGANIC FORMULATIONS WITHPOLYMERIC COLLOIDS FOR ELECTRONIC APPLCATIONS – DUPONT (WILMINGTON, DE)U.S. 7,288,218 (OCTOBER 30, 2007) – DEAGGREGATED ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVEPOLYMERS – IBM CORPORATION (ARMONK, NY)Chapter- 9: INDUSTRY STRUCTUREOVERVIEWCOMPANIES INVOLVEDSELECTED DETAILS ON VARIOUS MAJOR PLAYERSSEGMENTATION OF MAJOR PLAYERS INTO BUSINESS CATEGORIESSELECTED ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER PRODUCT LINESTable 42 : SELECTED ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER PRODUCT LINESChapter- 10: COMPANY PROFILESABTECH SCIENTIFIC, INC.AGFA-GEVAERT GROUP NVAIR PRODUCTS & CHEMICALSAMERICAN DYE SOURCE, INC.BASF, INC.CAMBRIDGE DISPLAY TECHNOLOGYCENTRAL CORPORATIONCROSSLINK POLYMER RESEARCHDUPONT DISPLAYSEEONYXFRACTAL SYSTEM, INC.KEMET CAPACITORSKLOCKNER PENTAPLAST OF AMERICALNP ENGINEERING PLASTICSLUBRIZOL ADVANCED MATERIALSMARKTEK, INC.MERCK KGAA – DARMSTADT, GERMANYMILLIKEN RESEARCH CORPORATIONNANOGENESYS, INC.ORMECON CHEMIEPANIPOL LTDPLASTIC LOGICPLEXTRONICS, INC.POLYMER VISION, LTDPOLYONEPREMIX OYRIEKE METALS, INCRTP COMPANYH.C. STARCK INTERNATIONALSTERLING FIBERSUNIVERSAL DISPLAY CORPORATIONList of TablesSummary Table : ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER MARKETTable 1 : HOW TO MAKE PLASTICS CONDUCTIVE
    • Table 2 : RESISTANCE SPECTRUM FOR METHODS OF MAKING PLASTICS CONDUCTIVETable 3 : CONDUCTIVITIES OF DOPED ICPS COMPARED WITH METALS, SEMICONDUCTORS,AND INSULATORSTable 4 : COLOR OF DOPED AND UNDOPED CONDUCTIVE POLYMERSTable 5 : ICP PROCESSING TECHNIQUESTable 6 : STABILITY AND PROCESSING ATTRIBUTES OF KEY ICPSTable 7 : BRIEF SUMMARY OF KEY APPLICATIONS OF POLYTHIOPHENE VARIANTSTable 8 : HOW TO MAKE PLASTICS CONDUCTIVETable 9 : RESISTANCE SPECTRUM FOR METHODS OF MAKING PLASTICS CONDUCTIVETable 10 : CONDUCTIVE FILLER SUPPLIERSTable 11 : ICP MARKET BY TYPE OF RESIN BY VOLUME, THROUGH 2013Table 12 : ICP MARKET BY TYPE OF RESIN BY VALUE, 2007-2013Table 13 : POLYTHIOPHENE MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2013Table 14 : POLYANILINE MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2013Table 15 : POLYPYRROLE MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2013Table 16 : OTHER ICP MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2013Table 17 : CONDUCTIVE PLASTIC MARKET VOLUME BY RESIN, THROUGH 2013Table 18 : CONDUCTIVE PLASTIC MARKET VALUE BY RESIN, 2007-2013Table 19 : TOTAL ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER MARKET, THROUGH 2013Table 20 : TOTAL ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER MARKET, THROUGH 2013Table 21 : POTENTIAL ICP APPLICATIONS BY MARKETTable 22 : COMPETITIVE SCENARIO BETWEEN ICPS AND TRADITIONAL CONDUCTIVELY-FILLED THERMOPLASTICSTable 23 : GLOBAL TV ELECTRONIC DISPLAY SCREENS, THROUGH 2012Table 24 : SURFACE RESISTIVITY FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICE SUBSTRATESTable 25 : SELECTED KEY ESD PLASTIC PRODUCTSTable 26 : GENERAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF SOME COMMERICALLYAVAILABLE ANTISTATIC PACKAGING MATERIALSTable 27 : TYPES OF FIBERS THAT CAN BE USED IN CONDUCTIVE FABRICSTable 28 : ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2013Table 29 : ICP MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2013Table 30 : CAPACITOR MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, THROUGH 2013Table 31 : ESD/ANTISTATIC PACKAGING MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, THROUGH 2013Table 32 : CORROSION PROTECTION MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, THROUGH 2013Table 33 : SENSOR MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, THROUGH 2013Table 34 : OLED MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, THROUGH 2013Table 35 : SOLAR CELL MARKET BY ICP POLYMER TYPE, THROUGH 2013Table 36 : TEXTILES/FABRICS MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, THROUGH 2013Table 37 : ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTOR MARKET BY POLYMER TYPE, THROUGH 2013Table 38 : BATTERY MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, THROUGH 2013Table 39 : MISCELLANEOUS APPLICATIONS BY ICP TYPE, THROUGH 2013Table 40 : CONDUCTIVE PLASTICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2013Table 41 : SEGMENTATION OF MAJOR PLAYERS INTO BUSINESS CATEGORIESTable 42 : SELECTED ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER PRODUCT LINESList of FiguresSummary Figure : ELECTROACTIVE POLYMER MARKET, 2007-2013Figure 1 : THE FOUR OXIDATION STATES OF POLYANILINEFigure 2 : CONDUCTIVE PLASTIC MARKET VALUE BY RESIN, 2007-2013
    • Figure 3 : ESD/ANTISTATIC PACKAGING MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, 2007-2013Figure 4 : CORROSION PROTECTION MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, 2007-2013Figure 5 : OLED MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, 2007-2013Figure 6 : SOLAR CELL MARKET BY ICP POLYMER TYPE, THROUGH 2013Figure 7 : TEXTILES/FABRICS MARKET BY ICP PRODUCT TYPE, 2007-2013Figure 8 : MISCELLANEOUS APPLICATIONS BY ICP TYPE, 2007-2013Figure 9 : CONDUCTIVE PLASTICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, 2007-2013Latest Market Research Reports: LIver Disease Treatments: The Global Market Merchant Hydrogen Generation and On-site Distributed Generation Global Markets for Flame Retardant Chemicals and Plastics The Global Catheters Market DNA Sequencing: Emerging Technologies and Applications 2011 Fuel Cell Industry Review 2011 Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Progree ReviewAbout Us:ReportsnReports is an online library of over 75,000 market research reports and in-depthmarket research studies & analysis of over 5000 micro markets. We provide 24/7 online andoffline support to our customers. Get in touch with us for your needs of market researchreports.Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/marketsreportsOur Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/ReportsnReports/191441427571689Contact:Mr. Priyank7557 Rambler road,Suite 727, Dallas, TX 75231Tel: + 1 888 391 5441E-mail: sales@reportsandreports.comhttp://www.reportsnreports.comVisit Our Market Research Reports Blog