Global Laboratory Analytical Instrumentation Market

Food Testing, Clinical Research, and Biopharmaceutical Industries will Fuel Market Growth

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The global laboratory analytical instrumentation market is driven by various industries including the food and beverage, environmental, biopharmaceuticals, clinical research, and diagnostics sectors. This study includes 3 segments based on analysis type such as separation, molecular, and elemental analyses. The geographical scope includes North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Developing Countries. The end-user segments include: pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and life sciences; government and academic research institutions and laboratories; environmental safety and agricultural research testing laboratories; chemicals and petrochemicals; and others, comprising food and beverage, defense, homeland security, electronics, and semiconductors.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsMarket Engineering MeasurementsMarket Engineering Measurements (continued)CEO’s PerspectiveMarket OverviewMarket DefinitionsKey Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket Segmentation Market Segmentation (continued)Market Segmentation (continued)Drivers and Restraints—Total Laboratory Analytical Instrumentation MarketMarket DriversDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Restraints Explained (continued)Forecasts and Trends—Total Laboratory Analytical Instrumentation MarketMarket Engineering MeasurementsMarket Engineering Measurements (continued)Forecast AssumptionsRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionPercent Revenue Forecast by RegionRevenue Forecast by RegionRevenue Forecast Discussion by RegionMarket Position and Competitive Analysis—Total Laboratory Analytical Instrumentation MarketMarket Position AnalysisMarket Position Analysis (continued)Competitive EnvironmentSeparation Analysis SegmentSeparation Analysis Segment Key FindingsMarket Engineering MeasurementsRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast for Gas Chromatographs Gas Chromatographs Revenue Forecast DiscussionGas Chromatographs OverviewGas Chromatographs—End-user ApplicationsRevenue Forecast for Liquid ChromatographsLiquid Chromatographs Revenue Forecast DiscussionLiquid Chromatographs—Key Drivers for Advanced Instrumentation2015 Product Innovations—Liquid ChromatographsTwo Dimensional Liquid Chromatographs (2D-LC) to Meet Complex End-user RequirementsLiquid Chromatographs—Key End-user ApplicationsRevenue Forecast for Ion ChromatographsIon Chromatographs Revenue Forecast DiscussionCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareSeparation Analysis Segment—Market Share AnalysisMolecular Analysis SegmentMolecular Analysis Segment Key FindingsMarket Engineering MeasurementsRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast for IR Spectrometers IR Spectrometers Revenue Forecast DiscussionRevenue Forecast for UV-Vis Spectrometers UV-Vis Spectrometers Revenue Forecast DiscussionRevenue Forecast for Mass Spectrometers Mass Spectrometers Revenue Forecast DiscussionTechnology Integration—IC-ICP-MS Metabolomics and Mass SpectrometryMassSpectrometers—Key Application AreasRevenue Forecast for Raman Spectrometers Raman Spectrometers Revenue Forecast DiscussionGrowth Opportunity—Raman SpectrometersCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareMolecular Analysis Segment—Market Share AnalysisElemental Analysis SegmentElemental Analysis Segment Key FindingsMarket Engineering MeasurementsRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast for AA Spectrometers Revenue Forecast for OE Spectrometers Revenue Forecast for ICP-OESElemental Analysis Revenue Forecast DiscussionCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareElemental Analysis Segment—Market Share AnalysisThe Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyAdditional Sources of InformationList of Companies in “Others” List of Companies in “Others” (continued) List of Companies in “Others” (continued) Partial List of Companies InterviewedLearn More—Next Steps


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