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   Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations.....I-1  
   Disclaimers.....I-2
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level.....I-2
  
   Quantitative Techniques & Analytics.....I-3
Product Definitions and Scope of Study.....I-3
1. Product Segment.....I-3
Established Nanofilms.....I-3
  
   Emerging Nanofilms.....I-4
2. End-Use Segment.....I-4
Microelectronics .....I-4
Information Storage .....I-4
Medical Devices .....I-4
Others (photovoltaics, automotive, scratch resistant plastic, friction reducing
  agents, and cutting tools) .....I-4
  
   Market Snapshots.....II-1
Market Trends and Issues.....II-1
Growing Commercial Applications Boost Nanofilms Market.....II-1
Nanofilms Demand in Automotives Improves as Advantages Unfold.....II-1
1$100
   Thin Films – Snatching the Lead from Thick Films.....II-2
Chemical Deposition Methods Dominate Thin Film Market.....II-2
Conformal Deposition Techniques Growing Rapidly in Semiconductor Device
  Sector.....II-2
Thin Films Gaining Rich Favors in Photovoltaics Market.....II-2
1$100
   Nanotechnology – An Overview .....II-3
A Revolution in the Making.....II-3
2$200
   By Region.....II-5
Table 1: Global Nanofilms Market (2000-2010): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by Geographical Region – USA, Japan, Europe, Rest of World (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-5

Table 2: Global Nanofilms Market (2000-2010): Geographic Regions Ranked by Growth – USA, Japan, Europe, Rest of World (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-5
1$300
   By Product Segment.....II-6
Table 3: Global Nanofilms Market (2000-2010): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by Product Segment – Established Nanofilms and Emerging Nanofilms.....II-6

Table 4: Global Nanofilms Market (2000-2010): Product Segments Ranked by Growth – Established Nanofilms and Emerging Nanofilms.....II-6
By End-Use Segment.....II-6
1$300
   Table 5: Global Nanofilms Market (2000-2010): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by End-Use Segment – Microelectronics, Information Storage, Medical Devices, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-7

Table 6: Global Nanofilms Market (2000-2010): End-Use Segments Ranked by Growth – Microelectronics, Information Storage, Medical Devices, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)...II-7
1$300
   Nanofilms – A Primer.....II-8
Types of Nanofilms.....II-8
Characteristics of High Quality Nanofilms.....II-8
Polypeptide Nanofilms’ Stability in Extreme Physical/Chemical Environment .....II-8
1$100
   Nanofilms and Surface Modification.....II-9
How Nanofilms Add Value to Coatings?.....II-9
1$100
   Advantages of Nanofilm Coatings.....II-10
Precise Control of Layer Uniformity and Thickness – Key to Cutting-Edge Nanofilm
  Applications.....II-10
Major Nanofilm Applications.....II-10
1$100
   Thin Films.....II-11
Similarities Among Various Thin Films.....II-11
1$100
   Deposition of Thin Films.....II-12
Depositing Optical Thin Film Coatings.....II-12
Application of Multiple Thin Film Coatings on Optical Components.....II-12
Production Yield – A Key Measure to Determine Thin Film Production Viability
  .....II-12
Key Materials Used for Thin Film Deposition.....II-12
1$100
   Titania.....II-13
Magnesium Fluoride.....II-13
Ferroelectric Substances .....II-13
TiOxNy Compounds.....II-13
1$100
   Major Materials Used in Thin Film Coatings at a Glance.....II-14
Key Thin Film Deposition Systems.....II-14
EvoVac Deposition System.....II-14
Glove Box Thin Film Deposition System.....II-14
1$100
   Balzers BAS 450 System for Magnetron Sputtering.....II-15
Radio Frequency (RF) Sputtering System.....II-15
Veeco Thermal Evaporation System.....II-15
E-Beam Evaporation System.....II-15
Vacuum Technology – An Essential Element in Modern Deposition/Coating
  Processes.....II-15
1$100
   Major Vacuum Coating Systems.....II-16
Vacuum Web Coating .....II-16
Vacuum Optical Coating .....II-16
Vacuum Glass Coating .....II-16
1$100
   Vacuum Coating for Data Storage Disks.....II-17
Thin Film Deposition/Coating Techniques.....II-17
Vapor Deposition.....II-17
1$100
   Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD).....II-18
Plasma Based Ion Plating.....II-18
Laser Surface Alloying.....II-18
1$100
   Sputtering.....II-19
Sputtering Replaces Evaporation.....II-19
Cluster Tools – A Key Element in Success of Sputtering Process.....II-19
1$100
   DC Reactive Sputtering Process for Dielectric Films.....II-20
Arcing Process in Sputtering.....II-20
Arc Control Enhances Sputtering Yield.....II-20
Arc Formation in Reactive DC Sputtering.....II-20
1$100
   Magnetron Sputter Deposition.....II-211$100
   Plasmaquest (PQL)’s HiTUS Process Technology for Sputtering Magnetic
  Material.....II-22
Cathode Sputtering.....II-22
1$100
   Radio Frequency (RF) Magnetron-Sputtering.....II-23
Advantages of Sputtering.....II-23
Drawbacks of Sputtering.....II-23
Process Developments in Sputtering .....II-23
1$100
   Applications of Sputter Lift off Process in Semiconductor Fabrication.....II-24
Hardware Developments in Sputtering Process.....II-24
Key Advantages of Long Throw Process Include:.....II-24
Ion Implantation.....II-24
1$100
   Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD).....II-251$100
   Global Market for Chemical Deposition Process.....II-26
Advantages of CVD.....II-26
Disadvantages of CVD.....II-26
Chemical Vapor Deposition and Reactive Plasma Deposition (RPD) – A
  Comparison.....II-26
1$100
   Diamond CVD Coating process.....II-27
Plasma Assisted CVD Coating Process.....II-27
Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition (PECVD).....II-27
Radical Activated Chemical Vapor Deposition (RACVD).....II-27
Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD).....II-27
1$100
   Major Limitations of PLD Technique.....II-28
PLD Process for Developing Chalcogenide Glass Thin Films.....II-28
Pulsed Laser Ablation (PLA).....II-28
Advantages of PLA.....II-28
1$100
   Laser Ablation – An Effective Method for High- Temperature Superconducting (HTS)
  Film Deposition.....II-29
Laboratory Application of PLA for Thin Film Deposition .....II-29
Cathodic Arc Deposition (CAD).....II-29
1$100
   Filtered Cathodic Vacuum Arc Deposition (FCVA).....II-30
Thin Film Deposition/Coating through Evaporation Process.....II-30
Thermal Evaporation.....II-30
Electron Beam Evaporation.....II-30
1$100
   A Major Technique for Developing Optical Quality Thin Films.....II-31
E-beam Evaporation for Reactive Ion- Assisted Co-Deposition (RIACD).....II-31
Activated Reactive Evaporation.....II-31
1$100
   Cathodic Arc Evaporation.....II-32
Atomic Layer Deposition.....II-32
Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) – A Highly Reliable Thin Film Deposition Technology
  for Semiconductors.....II-32
Self-Limiting Processes in ALD Method.....II-32
1$100
   Precursors – A Key Part of Atomic Layer Deposition.....II-33
Atomic Layer Deposition Reactors.....II-33
1$100
   Major ALD Equipment Producers.....II-34
ALD and Other Film Deposition Methods for Gate Dielectric Films – A
  Comparison.....II-34
1$100
   Modifying CVD System to Form ALD System .....II-35
Advantages of Atomic Layer Deposition.....II-35
Disadvantages of ALD.....II-35
Key Applications of Atomic Layer Deposition.....II-35
1$100
   Alternative and Conventional Technologies for Metal Deposition – A
  Comparison.....II-36
An Overview of Major Alternative Technologies for Deposition of Metals .....II-36
1$100
   Review of Key Alternative Technologies.....II-37
Thermal Spray Coating.....II-37
Types of Thermal Spray Coating Processes.....II-37
Combustion Torch/Flame Spraying.....II-37
Combustion Torch/Detonation Gun.....II-37
1$100
   Combustion Torch/High-Velocity Oxy Fuel.....II-38
Plasma Spraying.....II-38
Electric Arc Spraying.....II-38
Ion Beam Technology in Thin Film Processing Applications.....II-38
1$100
   Pre-deposition Cleaning Using Ion Beam.....II-39
Surface Preconditioning for Thin Film Deposition on Polymers .....II-39
Ion Beam Etching.....II-39
1$100
   Chemically Assisted Ion Beam Etching (CAIBE).....II-40
Deposition Using Ion Beam.....II-40
Advantages of Ion Beam Deposition.....II-40
Ion Beam Sputter Deposition (IBSD).....II-40
1$100
   Ion Beam Assisted Deposition (IBAD).....II-41
Diamond-Like Carbon Coatings (DLC) Using Ion Beam.....II-41
Comparison Between Diamond Like Carbon Coating and Tetrahedral Amorphous
  Coating.....II-41
1$100
   Thin Film Deposition in MEMS Processes.....II-42
Chemical Reaction Process.....II-42
Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD).....II-42
Electrodeposition.....II-42
1$100
   Epitaxy.....II-43
Thermal Oxidation.....II-43
Physical Reaction Process.....II-43
Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD).....II-43
PVD through Evaporation.....II-43
1$100
   PVD through Sputtering.....II-44
Casting.....II-44
1$100
   Thin Film Raw Materials.....II-45
Factors Driving Growth of Thin Film Raw Materials.....II-45
Thin Film Raw Materials Derive Demand from Emerging End-Use Applications.....II-45
Raw Material Usage in Chemical Deposition Process.....II-45
1$100
   Raw Material Usage in Physical Deposition Process.....II-46
Global Market for Sputtering Materials .....II-46
Raw Materials Reflect Upon Future Trends in Thin Film Markets.....II-46
1$100
   Raw Material Shortage – A Grave Problem.....II-47
1$100
   Thin Films/Nanofilms in Photovoltaic (PV) Application.....II-48
Thin Film Based Photovoltaics – A Highly Potential Alternative Source for Power
  Generation .....II-48
Despite Immense Potential Challenges Remain.....II-48
1$100
   Thin Film Technologies in PV Production .....II-49
Introduction.....II-49
Select Major Thin Film Technologies.....II-49
Amorphous Silicon Thin Films (a-Si).....II-49
Cu (In,Ga)Se2 Thin Films.....II-49
Cadmium Telluride (CdTe) Thin Films.....II-49
1$100
   Thin Film Silicon .....II-50
Dye-Sensitized TiO2 Thin Films .....II-50
Table 7: Key Thin Film PV Technologies Measured in Terms of Cell Efficiency, Module Efficiency, and Materials Costs (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-50
1$300
   Table 8: Select Thin Film Technologies and Their Payback Time (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-51

Table 9: Global Photovoltaic Market (2004): Percentage Breakdown of PV Module Production by Technology Employed – Polycrystal, Single Crystal Flat Plate, a-Si on CZ Slice, Amorphous Silicon, Microcrystal Si/Single Si, Copper Indium Diselenide, Cadmium Telluride, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-51
Commercial Production of Thin Film PV Modules.....II-51
1$300
   Leading Players in Thin PV Module Production .....II-52
Table 10: Select High Efficiency PV Thin Cells by Company/ Organization (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-52
Select Thin Film PV Modules by Company/Organization.....II-52
1$300
   Photovoltaics Contribution to Global Power Supply Remains Insignificant.....II-53
Future Direction for Thin Film PV Technologies.....II-53
Global Photovoltaic Market – A Perspective.....II-53
Increasing Global Competition and Technological Development.....II-53
1$100
   Efforts for Developing Global Photovoltaic Industry.....II-54
Governmental Support Mandatory for Development of PV Applications.....II-54
1$100
   Market Penetration Strategies Adopted by PV Manufacturers.....II-55
Customer Relations Always Pay.....II-55
Maintaining Proximity with End-Users.....II-55
Isolation of Production and Assembly to Further Reduce Costs.....II-55
Global PV Installations.....II-55
1$100
   Table 11: Global Photovoltaic Market (2005): Percentage Breakdown of PV Installation (in Megawatt) by Region – Germany, Japan, United States, Rest of Europe, and Rest of World (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-56
Solar Cell Production.....II-56
Table 12: Global Photovoltaic Market (2005): Percentage Breakdown of Solar Cell Production by Region/Country – Japan, Europe, United States, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-56
Disparity in Global PV Feedstock Production.....II-56
Global Installed PV Capacity.....II-56
US Position in Global PV Production .....II-56
1$300
   Table 13: US Photovoltaic Market (1990-2004): Percentage Share in Global PV Production (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-57
PV Production Growing in Japan and Germany.....II-57
Japan’s Status in Global Photovoltaic Market.....II-57
1$300
   Key Challenges Facing Photovoltaics Market .....II-58
Nanofilms in Automotives.....II-58
1$100
   Research Underway for Developing Building Integrated Opaque Solar Cells.....II-59
Research in Nanofilms at Molecular Level.....II-59
Cost Reduction Efforts in Photovoltaic Technologies .....II-59
Scientists Develop Carbon Nanoparticles to Synthesize Thin Films for Optoelectronics
  or Biomedicine Application .....II-59
1$100
   Scientists Develop Nanofilm Detectors to Detect Presence of Acid Particles in Air
  .....II-60
Possible Future Innovations with Nanofilms .....II-60
1$100
   Researchers at the University of California Develop Ultra Thin Solar Cells.....II-61
Nanoindentation – A Novel Methodology to Establish Tensile Characteristics of
  Nanofilms .....II-61
1$100
   XsunX Develops Power Glass Technology.....II-62
XsunX Develops Reel-to-Reel Manufacturing Process for Thin Film Production.....II-62
How Nanofilms Entwined Itself into the Fiber of the Ophthalmic Industry?.....II-62
1$100
   Jusung Engineering Develops PE CVD Design for LCD Manufacture.....II-63
Jusung Engineering Develops 8G LCD PECVD.....II-63
1$100
   Nanofilm Develops Clarity Fog Eliminator™.....II-64
Osmic Develops Novel Thin-Film Coatings.....II-64
Nanophase Technologies Releases NanoArc® Magnesium Oxide.....II-64
BOC Edwards Introduces New Vacuum Coating System.....II-64
1$100
   Tokyo Electron Unveils New Chemical Vapor Deposition System.....II-65
Nanophase Technologies Introduces Nanotek® Zinc Oxide HS30.....II-65
Nanophase Launches NanoShield ZN-3010 and NanoShieldZN-3012 .....II-65
Applied Films Develops Color Shift Layers for Plastic Films.....II-65
Applied Films Develops SMARTWEB™ .....II-65
1$100
   Applied Films Develops TOPMET™ System .....II-66
Applied Films develops MULTIMET™.....II-66
Applied Films Develops New Method to Process Silicon Solar Modules.....II-66
Applied NanoWorks Introduces CMP Abrasives.....II-66
Nanophase Technologies Launches HSA Nanoproducts .....II-66
Nanophase Technologies Develops NanoExpress Custom Synthesis Process.....II-66
1$100
   BYK Chemie Unveils NANOBYK 3600.....II-67
Nanophase Introduces NanoArc Synthesis Alumina Product .....II-67
Nanophase Technologies Launches NanoArc Zinc Oxide.....II-67
Nanofilm Unveils Clarity Defender.....II-67
BASF Launches Mincor.....II-67
Cabot Introduces Nanogel Aerogel.....II-67
2$200
   Beito Acquires Nanergy.....II-69
Applied Materials Acquires Applied Films.....II-69
Thin Film Technology Bags Contracts to Offer Visilid™ Hermetic Window Assemblies
  .....II-69
Brookhaven Announces Plans to Offer Licenses for Nanofiber Films Synthesis
  Technology.....II-69
Nissho to Provide Specialized Services for Coating Carbon Nanofilms.....II-69
1$100
   Williams Advanced Materials to Expand Thin Film Chamber Services.....II-70
Nanergy Acquires Nanmergeco.....II-70
ObjectSoft Corporation Changes Name to Nanergy.....II-70
Williams Advanced Materials Acquires Thin Film Technology .....II-70
Konark Partners with Textronics .....II-70
Konark Teams with Leonhard Kurz to Develop Light Activated Power Plastics.....II-70
1$100
   Konarka and Ecole Join Hands to Develop Photovoltaic Fabric.....II-71
Applied Films and Gebr. Schmid Form Alliance.....II-71
Hydrogen Solar and Altair to Partner in R&D Project.....II-71
Applied Films and IPV Jointly Develop PECVD Electrode .....II-71
1$100
   Nanophase Technologies and Alfa Aesar Form Distribution Alliance.....II-72
Leybold Inks Distribution Agreement with Nanofilm.....II-72
Genus Merges with AIXTRON.....II-72
Konarka Strikes Deal with the US Army.....II-72
Konarka and Solaris Ink Joint Development Agreement.....II-72
1$100
   Konarka Collaborates with Evident Technologies.....II-73
Konarka Establishes New Center of Operations.....II-73
Nanophase Receives US Patent for Abrasion- Resistant Films.....II-73
Konarka Receives Grant from National Science Foundation.....II-73
International Nanotechnology Corporation Inks Agreement with TSDC-N .....II-73
ASM International Acquires Genitech.....II-73
1$100
   Grace Brothers Acquires Stake in Nanophase Technologies.....II-74
Altana Chemie Acquires Stake in Nanophase Technologies.....II-74
Konarka Acquires Patents Assets for Photovoltaic Products .....II-74
Air Products and Nanogate Technologies Form Joint Venture.....II-74
Konarka Licenses Intellectual Property from Dupont.....II-74
1$100
   Arrowhead Research Corporation to Establish New Subsidiary.....II-75
Altair Nanotechnologies Restructures Operations .....II-75
Nanophase Gains New European Patent .....II-75
Tegal Corporation Receives Two US Patents for Nano Layer Deposition.....II-75
Nanofilm Obtains European Patent for Self- assembled Coatings.....II-75
1$100
   Konarka Acquires Quantum Solar Energy Linz.....II-76
DSM Invests in Optiva.....II-76
Degussa AG Establishes Degussa Advanced Nanomaterials.....II-76
Nanofilm Installs Nanocoating Application System for Norville Group .....II-76
Degussa Commissions Pilot Reactor.....II-76
Nanophase Receives US Patent.....II-76
1$100
   Advanced Nano Products Co., Ltd. (South Korea).....II-77
Altair Nanotechnologies, Inc. (USA).....II-77
Applied Materials, Inc. (USA) .....II-77
Biophan Technologies, Inc. (USA).....II-77
1$100
   Degussa Advanced Nanomaterials (Germany).....II-78
Denton Vacuum U.S.A. (USA).....II-78
General Nanotechnology LLC (USA).....II-78
1$100
   Innovative Materials Processing (IMP) Technologies Ltd (UK).....II-79
Konarka Technologies, Inc. (USA).....II-79
Nanergy, Inc. (USA) .....II-79
Nanofilm Company (USA).....II-79
1$100
   Nanofilm Technologies International Pte Ltd (Japan).....II-80
Nanogate AG (Germany).....II-80
NanoMaterials Technology Pte Ltd. (Singapore).....II-80
Nanophase Technologies Corporation (USA).....II-80
NovaCentrix (USA).....II-80
1$100
   Osmic, Inc. (USA).....II-81
Williams Advanced Materials (USA).....II-81
1$100
   Table 14: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nanofilms by Geographic Region – USA, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-82

Table 15: World 10-Year Perspective for Nanofilms by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for USA, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-82
1$300
   Table 16: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Established Nanofilms by Geographic Region – USA, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-83

Table 17: World 10-Year Perspective for Established Nanofilms by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for USA, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-83
1$300
   Table 18: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Emerging Nanofilms by Geographic Region – USA, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-84

Table 19: World 10-Year Perspective for Emerging Nanofilms by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for USA, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-84
1$300
   Table 20: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nanofilms in Microelectronics by Geographic Region – USA, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-85

Table 21: World 10-Year Perspective for Nanofilms in Microelectronics by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for USA, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-85
1$300
   Table 22: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nanofilms in Information Storage by Geographic Region – USA, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-86

Table 23: World 10-Year Perspective for Nanofilms in Information Storage by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for USA, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-86
1$300
   Table 24: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nanofilms in Medical Devices by Geographic Region – USA, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-87

Table 25: World 10-Year Perspective for Nanofilms in Medical Devices by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for USA, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-87
1$300
   Table 26: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nanofilms in Other End-Uses by Geographic Region – USA, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-88

Table 27: World 10-Year Perspective for Nanofilms in Other End-Uses by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for USA, Japan, Europe, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-88
1$300
   A. Market Analysis.....III-1
Current and Future Analysis.....III-1
Research and Development.....III-1
Researchers at the University of California Develop Ultra Thin Solar Cells.....III-1
1$75
   Scientists Develop Carbon Nanoparticles to Synthesize Thin Films for
  Optoelectronics/ Biomedicine Application .....III-2
Scientists Synthesize Nanofilm Detectors for Detecting Acid Particles in
  Air.....III-2
Technological Developments.....III-2
1$75
   Product Introductions/Innovations .....III-33$225
   Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-66$450
   Key Players.....III-12
Altair Nanotechnologies, Inc. .....III-12
1$75
   Applied Materials, Inc......III-13
Biophan Technologies, Inc. .....III-13
Denton Vacuum U.S.A. .....III-13
1$75
   General Nanotechnology LLC .....III-14
Konarka Technologies, Inc. .....III-14
Nanergy, Inc. .....III-14
Nanofilm Company .....III-14
1$75
   Nanophase Technologies Corporation .....III-15
NovaCentrix.....III-15
Osmic, Inc. .....III-15
Williams Advanced Materials .....III-15
1$75
   B. Market Analytics.....III-16
Table 28: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nanofilms by Product Segment – Established Nanofilms and Emerging Nanofilms Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-16

Table 29: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nanofilms by End-Use Segment –Microelectronics, Information Storage, Medical Devices, and Others Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-16
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   Table 30: US 10-Year Perspective for Nanofilms by Product Segment – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Established Nanofilms and Emerging Nanofilms for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010.....III-17

Table 31: US 10-Year Perspective for Nanofilms by End-Use Segment – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Microelectronics, Information Storage, Medical Devices, and Others for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-17
1$150
   A. Market Analysis.....III-18
Current and Future Analysis.....III-18
Strategic Corporate Development.....III-18
1$75
   Key Player.....III-19
Nanofilm Technologies International Pte Ltd......III-19
B. Market Analytics.....III-19
Table 32: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nanofilms by Product Segment –Established Nanofilms and Emerging Nanofilms Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-19
1$150
   Table 33: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nanofilms by End-Use Segment – Microelectronics, Information Storage, Medical Devices, and Others Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-20

Table 34: Japanese 10-Year Perspective for Nanofilms by Product Segment – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Established Nanofilms and Emerging Nanofilms for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010.....III-20
1$150
   Table 35: Japanese 10-Year Perspective for Nanofilms by End-Use Segment – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Microelectronics, Information Storage, Medical Devices, and Others for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-21
1$150
   A. Market Analysis.....III-22
Current and Future Analysis.....III-22
Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-22
2$150
   Key Player.....III-24
Degussa Advanced Nanomaterials (Germany).....III-24
Innovative Materials Processing (IMP) Technologies Ltd (UK).....III-24
Nanogate AG (Germany).....III-24
1$75
   B. Market Analytics.....III-25
Table 36: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nanofilms by Product Segment –Established Nanofilms and Emerging Nanofilms Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-25

Table 37: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nanofilms by End-Use Segment – Microelectronics, Information Storage, Medical Devices, and Others Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-25
1$150
   Table 38: European 10-Year Perspective for Nanofilms by Product Segment – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Established Nanofilms and Emerging Nanofilms for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010.....III-26

Table 39: European 10-Year Perspective for Nanofilms by End-Use Segment – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Microelectronics, Information Storage, Medical Devices, and Others for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-26
1$150
   A. Market Analysis.....III-27
Current and Future Analysis.....III-27
Focus on Select Market.....III-27
Korea.....III-27
Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) Technology.....III-27
1$75
   Technological Developments.....III-28
Key Players.....III-28
Advanced Nano Products Co. Ltd. (South Korea).....III-28
NanoMaterials Technology Pte Ltd. (Singapore).....III-28
1$75
   B. Market Analytics.....III-29
Table 40: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nanofilms by Product Segment – Established Nanofilms and Emerging Nanofilms Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-29

Table 41: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nanofilms by End-Use Segment – Microelectronics, Information Storage, Medical Devices, and Others Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-29
1$150
   Table 42: Rest of World 10-Year Perspective for Nanofilms by Product Segment – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Established Nanofilms and Emerging Nanofilms for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010.....III-30

Table 43: Rest of World 10-Year Perspective for Nanofilms by End-Use Segment – Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Microelectronics, Information Storage, Medical Devices, and Others for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-30
1$150
    
 
 


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