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Conductive Polymers--Emerging Technology and Trends, Executive SummaryOverviewOverviewGlobal Technology Highlights (North America; Europe; Asia)Scope and MethodologyScopeMethodologyConductive Polymers--Emerging Technology and Trends, Conductive Polymers Introduction (North America; Europe; Asia)Conductive PolymersPlastics Final FrontierTypes of Conductive PolymersConductive Polymers MarketThe Role of Nanotechnology in Filled Conductive PolymersCritical Loading in Filled Conductive PlasticsNanotube Loaded Conductive PlasticsDiscovery and Promise of Inherently Conductive PolymersDiscovery/Development of ICPsConductivity and DopingThe Fruit Fly of Conducting Polymer PhysicsDiscovery/Development of Plastic Transistors and Light Emitting PolymersApplications EnvisionedConductive Polymers--Emerging Technology and Trends, Conductive Polymers Technology And Applications Viewpoint (North America; Europe; Asia)Inherently Conductive Plastics ApplicationsA Revised View of Plastics ApplicationsApplications Making Use of ICPs ConductivityApplications Making Use of ICP ElectroactivityThe Growing Use of ICPs in ESD/EMI ProtectionConsequences of Electrostatic DischargeESD Thermoplastics Using Melt Processable PolyanilineConductive Polymer and ICP Applications in Semiconductor Integrated CircuitsAdvances in Flip Chip InterconnectsConductive Polymer Flip-Chip Assembly TechnologyConductive Polymer-Based RFIDsGlobal RFID MarketPolyaniline Chipless RFIDLow-Cost RFID Plastic Chip13.56 MHZ Organic Polymer CircuitInherently Conductive Polymer Medical ApplicationsNerve Cell Repair Applications for ICPICP in Bionic Ear ApplicationsICPs in Energy Storage DevicesThe Growing Power GapPolyaniline SupercapacitorsConductive Polymers in Light Emitting DiodesThe Function of ICP in PLEDsP-OLEDs Advance in Flat Panel DisplaysICPs in Active Matrix DisplayThe Future of Flexible DisplaysPlastic Logic’s Plastic Electronic DisplaysPolymer Vision Displays on a RollConductive Plastics in Photovoltaic DevelopmentsThe Solar Cell MarketICP Photovoltaic TechnologyInfrared Light Gathering Solar CellsConductive Polymer Actuators and SwitchesTechnology of Electroactive Polymer ‘Artificial Muscles’Polypyrrole Biomedical MicroactuatorsInherently Conductive Polymers in Sensor ApplicationsNew Polyaniline Coated Gas SensorsPolythiopene Graft Copolymer in Sensor ApplicationsSmart TextilesConductive Polymer Applications in SMITsElectro-Conductive Polymer FibersSmart ShirtConductive Polymers in Textile Solar CellEmerging Compounded Plastics Conductive ApplicationsFrom Plastenna to PlastiwireNew Anti-Static Protection Enhances Optical Media SecurityConductive Polymers--Emerging Technology and Trends, Conductive Polymers Materials Technology Adoption (North America; Europe; Asia)Inherently Conductive PolymersTechnology of ICPsPolyaniline Conductive PolymerPanipol’s Inherently Conductive PolyanilineOrmecon’s Novel Polyaniline NanodispersionsPolythiophenesTunable Donor--Acceptor Polythiophene CopolymersHighly Conductive Regioregular PolythiophenePolypyrrolesOligotronPolyacetyleneLight-Emitting PolymersTechnology of Light Emitting PolymersLight Emitting Polyphenylene VinyleneBlue Light Emitting PolymersConductive Filled ThermoplasticsConductive Filled Thermoplastics IntroductionIntegral’s ‘Near Metal’ Conducting PlasticsHighly Filled Copper--Plastic Molding MaterialGE Plastics Stainless-Steel Filled CompoundsHigh Performance Conductive FillerNanotechnology Development of Multifunctional Conductive PlasticsThermoplastic Polyimide/Carbon Nanotube NanocompositeConductive Polymer Nanotube CompositesMetal Rubber--First Truly Conductive Stretchable PlasticConductive Metal Clad Polymer FibersConductive Polymer Wire‘Metal Clad’ Conductive Aramid FibersConductive Polymers--Emerging Technology and Trends, Conductive Polymers Technology And Market Assessment (North America; Europe; Asia)Conductive Polymers Industry Structure Renewed Interest in ICPsICP Business DynamicsInnovative Academic AlliancesKey Conductive Polymer PlayersConductive Polymer Supplier StrategiesRegulatory Hurdles Help Drive ICP Market GrowthOrmecon GmbH; the ‘Organic Metal’ CompanyPlextronics Regioregular Polythiophene LeaderConductive Polymer Application StrategiesCDT P-OLEDs to Lead Flat Panel Display IndustryKonarka Technologies is Set to Revolutionize Solar PowerConductive Polymers--Emerging Technology and Trends, Conductive polymer Company Source Guide; Glossary and Plastics ResourcesPlastics Company Sourceguide and Standards for Product CodingPlastics Company Sourceguide (North America; Europe; Asia)GS1 Global Standards for Product CodingConductive Polymer Glossary and Additional Plastics SourcesGlossary IGlossary IIAdditional Plastics ResourcesConductive Polymers--Emerging Technology and Trends, Frost & Sullivan 2005 Science & Technology AwardsTechnology Innovation AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientTechnology Leadership AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientExcellence in Technology AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientConductive Polymers--Emerging Technology and Trends, Critical Reference TablesDecision Support DatabaseTotal Car Production--By Region (1999 to 2006)Total Number of Retail Stores--By Region (1999 to 2006)




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