Conductive Polymer Capacitors: World Markets: Technologies & Opportunities: 2010-2015

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This is the 2010 market research report on conductive polymer electrolytic capacitors, including tantalum, aluminum and EDLC capacitors, and materials consumed in their manufacture.

Conductive Polymer Capacitors: World Markets: Technologies & Opportunities: 2010-2015

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F O C U S O F T H E R E S E A R C H R E P O R T : This is a primary research report that covers significant market research data regarding conductive polymers used as cathodes in solid tantalum and aluminum electrolytic capacitors. The report also includes coverage on liquid polymer aluminum capacitor markets as well, and the emerging use of conductive polymers in niobium and double layer carbon capacitors. R E A S O N F O R T H E R E P O R T : This report is time sensitive as it documents and forecasts the coming changes in the conductive polymer capacitor market and how these devices will become increasingly more standardized for general purpose applications in multiple end-use market segments. Solid polymer versions of these devices that employ a conductive polymer will continue to displace older technologies such as manganese nitrate and liquid electrolytes. There is confusion among the many aluminum capacitor vendors, tantalum capacitor vendors, and polymer materials suppliers about which is the most cost effective method for developing quality low ESR solid electrolytic capacitors. There are also issues of health and safety that are causing vendors and customers to move toward conductive polymer cathodes. B E N E F I T S O F T H E R E P O R T : The report is based upon primary intelligence provided from leading experts in the industry for the purposes of this report. Since many vendors are either ramping up production of conductive polymer product lines in 2010 or expanding their capabilities in the segment, there are many questions about what production method achieves the best product in terms of performance ratios; and which conductive polymer offers the best cathode coverage at the best price. The study also documents the cost savings associated with changing the polythiophene ( PEDOT ) and polypyyrole dipping processes from nine dips to five dips to 1 dip processes. The study also looks at additional new conductive polymers that are gradually finding their way into the market as sealers, but are now being experimented with for complete cathode. The study also discusses and compared how matching systems in other dielectrics proved fundamental and how matching systems for solid conductive polymer capacitors is also needed now and to 2015.
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