Electronic ceramics, or electroceramics, are materials are extracted from various rocks and are available in
powder form and various other formulations. They include piezoceramics, dielectric ceramics, ferroelectric
ceramics, and conducting ceramics.
For the purpose of analysis, the report segments the global electronic ceramics market based on the material
used, application, end users. The report provides details about the various materials available in the market,
which include alumina, zirconia, silica, and others. The applications covered in the study include capacitors, data
storage devices, optoelectronic devices, actuators & sensors, power distribution devices, and others. The end
users of electronic ceramics are electronics, automobile, medical, aerospace & defense, and others. The report
outlines the details about the revenue generated by the sale of electronic ceramics across North America,
Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA.
The skincare industry is booming across the globe. Skincare products, such as facial
masks and body scrubs, play a big role in self-care routines. Recently, the industry
started to change as skincare products have surged in popularity, with interest in
natural and organic ingredients and a thriving community on social media. The
skincare industry is growing faster than the makeup industry. Women contribute a
high share in the skincare industry and are adding anti-aging products to their
skincare regimens as they get older. For instance, in 2019, it was witnessed that
around 64% of skincare products users across the globe were calculated to be women.
In addition, men are showing interest in skincare products, and in turn, companies
are launching new lines targeted at them. The beauty industry is shaped by the everchanging
customer demands. Along with the diversified medium of social media,
beauty users pick up popular trends from anywhere across the world and follow it.
With this increasing demand, companies provide innovative products that satisfy
such customers. Skincare is the biggest segment in the beauty industry, with its
global sales expected to cross $135 billion by 2020.
silver nanoparticles are one of the most commonly used nanomaterials because of their high electrical
conductivity, optical properties, and anti-microbial properties. The biological activity of silver nanoparticles
depends on factors such as particle composition, size distribution, surface chemistry, size; shape,
coating/capping, particle morphology, dissolution rate, agglomeration, efficiency of ion release, and particle
reactivity in solution.The report focuses on types of synthesis method such as wet chemistry, ion implantation,
and biological synthesis. Moreover, the market is also studied based on the shape of silver nanoparticles such
as sphere, platelet, rods, colloidal silver particles, and others. The applications covered in the study include
healthcare and life sciences, textiles, electronics and IT, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, water
treatment, and others. Furthermore, the study evaluates the current market trends and suggests future growth
opportunities by analyzing government regulations & policies.