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  • n. Plural form of nanocoating.

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  • Robust potential markets for nanocoatings and nanoadhesive products exist worldwide for a myriad of applications spanning medical and healthcare, electronics, energy, transportation, construction, packaging, forestry, textile, and homeland security sectors.

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  • The largest segment of the market, nanocoatings, is expected to increase at a 5-year CAGR of 39. 5%, from $3.4 billion in 2010 to nearly $18 billion in 2015.

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  • This report will be divided into two primary sections - nanocoatings and nanoadhesives - to survey existing and emerging technologies in these markets worldwide, survey and provide an analysis on relevant patents, as well as to profile the key companies involved with the development of products in these areas.

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  • So - while uncertainties still exist - to what extent is the food processing sector readying itself to accept the breakthroughs offered by nanocoatings?

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  • There is widespread acknowledgement among a host of industry experts that nanocoatings on processing machinery could help realise a step-change in food production.

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  • Is the food processing industry poised to embrace nanocoatings?

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  • But Groves said the wider-scale penetration of nanocoatings will come

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  • Sullivan anticipates that renewed, if not reinforced, interest in the broad Nanotechnology landscape will go hand in hand with the gradual economic upswing, spearheaded by breakthrough developments in nanomaterials, nanocoatings, and nanodevices.

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  • Pluijm and colleagues think it's likely the clay nanocoatings also are forming and driving fault behavior at greater depths.

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  • Because it takes some time for the slick nanocoatings to develop in a new strand, the unlubricated, new strand "gets stuck" for a time and then shifts in a violent spasm.

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