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Commercialisation of Nanocrystalline Photocatalytic Materials a Potentially Lucrative Area of Nanomaterials Development

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Nanoparticle Titania for Photocatalytic Applications for Industry" report to their offering.

The commercialisation of nanocrystalline photocatalytic materials is a potentially lucrative area of nanomaterials development. These materials, like all nanomaterials, exhibit unique physical and chemical properties and are finding their way into a raft of applications. For the photocatalysis market, nanoparticulate titanium dioxide (TiO2) is the most suitable material for industrial use at present and promises a whole raft of innovative products in the future.

Industrial utilisation of the photocatalytic effect of nanomaterials is now seen in various applications such as self-cleaning tiles, windows and textiles, anti-fogging car mirrors, and anti-microbial coatings.

The commercial potential of nanoscale TiO2 coatings is massive, including medical applications, architectural (particularly cultural heritage purposes, facade paints, indoor, wall paper, tiles, consumer goods etc.), automotive and food industries (cleaner technologies, non-fogging glass and mirrors, product safety), textile and glass industry, and environmental protection (water and air purification and disinfection).

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