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June 27, 2008

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This report analyzes the US market for Conductive Polymers in Metric Tons and US$ Million. The specific end-use applications analyzed are Product Components, Antistatic Packaging, Material Handling, Worksurface & Flooring, and Other Applications. Annual forecasts are provided for the period of 2001 through 2015. The report profiles 56 companies including many key and niche players such as 3M Company, Cabot Corporation, Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LLC, Crosslink, Cytec Industries Inc., Dow Chemical Company, Eastman Chemical Company, Ferro Corporation, Fortron Industries LLC, Fractal Systems, Inc., Hyperion Catalysis International, Inc., Illinois Tool Works, Inc., KEMET Corporation, Konarka Technologies, Inc., Littelfuse Incorporated, Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc., National Starch and Chemical Company, Novamet Specialty Products Corporation, Phillips Sumika Polypropylene Company, PolyOne Corporation, Solutia Incorporated, Spartech Corporation, Sterling Fibers, Inc., and Synthetic Rubber Technologies Inc. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

 CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS MCP-1527  A US MARKET REPORT  CONTENTS  I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS  Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1  Disclaimers I-2  Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2  Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3  Product Definitions And Scope of Study I-3  What Are Conductive Polymers? I-3  Conductive Polymers - A Classification I-4  Polyacetylene I-4  Polyaniline I-4  Polypyrrole I-4  Polyphenylene Vinylene (PPV) I-5  Polythiophene I-5  Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS) I-5  Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) I-6  Poly 3-alkylthiophenes I-6  Inherently Dissipative Polymers (IDPs) I-6  II. A US MARKET REPORT  1. Industry Overview II-1  Outlook II-1  Growth Drivers II-1  Market Challenges II-1  Market Stance II-1  2. Factors Influencing the Market II-2  Polymeric Materials Offer Bright Prospects II-2  New Applications Expedite Polymers Market II-2  Emergence of New Markets II-2  Plastic Electronics Driving Polymers Market II-2  Semiconductors Poised for Rapid Growth II-3  Change in Consumer Preferences II-3  Quality Dominates Polymers Market II-3  Burgeoning Demand for OLEDs II-3  3. Product Overview II-4  Polymers or Plastics II-4  What Are Conductive Polymers? II-4  Diverse Molecular Structure of Conducting Polymers II-4  Unique Characteristics of Conductive Polymers II-5  Inherently Conductive Polymers (ICPs) II-5  4. Manufacture of Conductive Polymers II-7  The Making of Conductive Polymers II-7  Conductive Polymers - An Alternative to Metals? II-7  A Glance at the Negative Aspects of Conductive Polymers II-8  History Behind the Development II-8  5. Applications of Conductive Polymers II-9  Grouping of Polymer Applications II-9  Conductivity Applications II-9  Electroactivity Applications II-10  Polymer Batteries Vs Metal Batteries II-10  Conductive Polymers Suppress Static Discharge II-10  Sensors Sensing Polymers II-11  Conductive Polymers in OLEDs II-11  Can Conductive Polymers be Artificial Muscles? II-11  Conducting Polymers for Electronic Ink II-11  Conductive Polymers Foray into Medical Industry II-12  Polymers in Printed Circuit Boards II-12  Light Emitting Polymers Battle Against LCDs II-12  6. Organic Electronics II-13  7. Thermally Conductive Polymers II-14  8. Product Segments II-15  Conductive Polymers - A Classification II-15  Polyacetylene II-15  Properties of Polyacetylene II-15  Characteristics of Polyacetylene II-16  Polyaniline II-16  Synthesis of Polyaniline II-16  Properties of Polyaniline II-17  Polyaniline - A Look at the Chemical Properties II-17  Fillers Based Polyaniline Composites II-17  Polyaniline - Major Applications II-18  Polyaniline in Nanospray Emitters II-18  Polyaniline Effective against Static Discharge II-18  Polyaniline Effective Against Corrosion II-18  Polypyrrole II-18  Polypyrrole Vs Electrical Stimuli II-19  Applications of Polypyrrole II-19  Polyphenylene Vinylene (PPV) II-19  Polythiophene II-20  Applications of Polythiophene II-20  Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS) II-20  Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) II-21  Table 1: US Polyvinyl Chloride Industry (2006): Breakdown of  Annual Production Capacity of Select Players (In 000 Metric  Tons) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-21  Poly 3-alkylthiophenes II-21  Electro-Conductive Polymers II-21  Lithium-Conductive Polymers II-22  Inherently Dissipative Polymers (IDPs) II-22  Light Emitting Polymers (LEPs) II-22  9. Technological Developments/Breakthroughs II-24  Polyaniline in Carbon Nanotubes II-24  Researchers Develop New Method to Produce Yarns II-24  Enhancement in the Conductivity of Polyaniline II-24  Plextronics Develops Sulfur Based Polythiophene II-24  Simple Method to Produce Polymer Nanowires Production II-24  Phillips Research Develops New Polymer Technology II-25  Creation of Conductive Polymers Analysis II-25  Electricity Sensitive Clothes II-25  Individual Efforts in Conducting Polymers Development II-26  Conducting Polymer Sheath for Tissue Stimulation II-26  Energizing Conducting Polymers Technology II-26  Biomaterials Based Conducting Polymers II-26  Pennsylvania Developer Creates Conducting Jacket II-26  Ohio Creators Invent Conducting Polymeric Nanocomposites II-26  Idaho Developer Creates Polymer Contact System II-27  10. Product Innovations/Introductions II-28  PolyOne Introduces Geon(TM) HC Vinyl Compound-Based Products II-28  GLS Introduces Phthalate-Free TPEs II-28  Dow Unveils Polypropylene Products II-28  Dow Launches FINGERPRINT(TM) Polyethylene Resins II-28  KEMET Launches 35-Volt Rated Polymer Tantalum Capacitor II-29  KEMET Extends Portfolio II-29  PolyOne and Kraton Polymers Develop OnFlex(TM)-S KA Range II-29  Spartech Develops ULTRATUF(R) CX-D II-29  Spartech Introduces TUF-GLAS(R) LD II-29  Eastman Chemical Co Introduces Eastman Tritan(TM) Copolyester II-29  Crosslink Unveils Innovative Polymer Coating for Capacitor Anodes II-30  Eastman Chemical Rolls Out Performance Additives and Specialty  Polymers II-30  KEMET Introduces Conductive Polymer with the Lowest ESR II-30  KEMET Unveils New Polymer Capacitor II-31  Tyco Introduces HWAT System II-31  PolyOne Launches OnColor(TM) II-31  KEMET Widens Portfolio of Conductive Polymers II-31  Dow Corning Unveils Series of Silicones II-31  Dow Launches Polyurethane Technology II-32  Chevron Launches New PPS Resin Grade II-32  Premix Launches Conductive Compounds II-32  Pelican Products Launches LED Penlight II-32  Tyco Unveils New Polymer Cables II-32  Crosslink Launches Light Emitting Coatings II-33  Fiber Innovation Unveils PPS Staple Fibers II-33  Vishay Unveils New Tantalum Capacitors II-33  Bac2 Ltd Launches Electrically Conductive Polymers II-33  Plextronics Launches Conductive Polymers II-34  Phillips Sumika Launches Polypropylene Resin II-34  KEMET Introduces Low ESR Conductive Polymers II-34  Research and Markets Launches Range of Plastics II-34  Total Petrochemicals Introduces Polystyrene Grade II-34  Sandia Launches New PEM II-34  Total Petrochemicals Launches Metallocene Polyethylene II-34  Chevron Philips Launches PPS Alloys II-35  PolyOne Plans to Launch Conductive Polymers II-35  11. Recent Industry Activity II-36  Dyneon LLC Pockets Hitech Polymers Inc. II-36  Konarka Technologies Ink Agreement with SKYShades(R) Products II-36  Lubrizol Advanced Materials Expands Capacity II-36  PolyOne Realigns its Business Segments II-36  PolyOne Acquires Ngai Hing PlastChem II-36  Fortron Industries Doubles Production Capacity II-36  Noveon, Inc. Renamed Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc II-37  PolyOne Establishes Manufacturing Facility in Ohio II-37  CPFilms Acquires Assets of Acquired Technology Inc II-37  Solutia Adds New Production Line in Belgium II-37  Spartech forms New Strategic Business Unit II-37  Sabic Acquires GE Plastics II-37  Integral Technologies Inks Manufacturing Pact with Jasper  Rubber Products II-38  Dow Chemical and Chevron Philips to Jointly Set Up a Styrene JV II-38  Henkel Acquires Alba Adesivos II-38  Littelfuse Purchases Assets of SurgX Corporation II-38  Dow Signs Distribution Deal with Entec II-39  Solutia Increases Price for Polymers and Adipic Acid II-39  Konarka and Evident Technologies to Develop Power Plastic II-39  Cabot Inks an Agreement with Aclaud SA II-39  Cytec Hikes Prices for Polymer Additives II-39  Polietilenos Uniao Secures License to Develop Loop Slurry PE  Technology II-39  Tyco International Divests Adhesives, Plastics and Coated  Products Business II-40  Optatech Acquires Electrically Conductive TPE Patents II-40  Dow Corning Inks Agreement with Invint II-40  General Electric Patents Painting Method II-40  Lubrizol Corporation Acquires Noveon II-40  PolyOne Signs an Agreement with GeoTech II-41  12. Focus on Major Market Players II-42  3M Company II-42  Cabot Corporation II-42  Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LLC II-42  Crosslink II-43  Cytec Industries Inc II-43  The Dow Chemical Company II-43  Eastman Chemical Company II-44  Ferro Corporation II-44  Fortron Industries LLC II-45  Fractal Systems, Inc. II-45  Hyperion Catalysis International, Inc. II-45  Illinois Tool Works, Inc. II-45  KEMET Corporation II-46  Konarka Technologies, Inc. II-46  Littelfuse Incorporated II-46  Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc. II-47  National Starch and Chemical Company II-47  Novamet Specialty Products Corporation II-48  Phillips Sumika Polypropylene Company II-48PolyOne Corporation II-48  Solutia Incorporated II-49  Spartech Corporation II-49  Sterling Fibers, Inc II-49  Synthetic Rubber Technologies Inc II-50  13. Focus on Select Universities/Research Institutes II-51  Clemson University II-51  Duke University II-51  The University of Florida II-51  Massachusetts Institute of Technology II-51  National Aeronautics and Space Administration II-52  The Ohio University II-52  Sandia National Laboratories II-52  University of California, Santa Barbara II-53  14. Market Analytics II-54  Table 2: US Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for  Conductive Polymers by Resin Content - Acrylonitrile Butadiene  Styrene, Polyvinyl Chloride, Polycarbonate, Polyphenylene  Based, Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Inherently Conductive  Polymers and Others Independently Analyzed by Annual  Consumption in Metric Tons for the Years 2001 through 2010  (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-54  Table 3: US Long Term Projections for Conductive Polymers by  Resin Content - Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, Polyvinyl  Chloride, Polycarbonate, Polyphenylene Based, Polyethylene,  Polypropylene, Inherently Conductive Polymers and Others  Independently Analyzed by Annual Consumption in Metric Tons  for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding  Graph/Chart) II-55  Table 4: US Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for  Conductive Polymers by End Use Application - Product  Components, Antistatic Packaging, Material Handling,  Worksurface & Flooring and Other Applications Independently  Analyzed by Annual Consumption in Metric Tons for the Years  2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-56  Table 5: US Long Term Projections for Conductive Polymers by  End Use Application - Product Components, Antistatic  Packaging, Material Handling, Worksurface & Flooring and Other  Applications Independently Analyzed by Annual Consumption in  Metric Tons for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-56  Table 6: US Historic Review for Conductive Polymers by Resin  Content - Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, Polyvinyl Chloride,  Polycarbonate, Polyphenylene Based, Polyethylene,  Polypropylene and Others Independently Analyzed by Annual  Consumption in Metric Tons for the Years 1991 through 2000  (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-57  Table 7: US Historic Review for Conductive Polymers by End Use  Application - Product Components, Antistatic Packaging,  Material Handling, Worksurface & Flooring and Other  Applications Independently Analyzed by Annual Consumption in  Metric Tons for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-57  Table 8: US 15-Year Perspective for Conductive Polymers by  Resin Content - Percentage Breakdown of Volume Consumption for  Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, Polyvinyl Chloride,  Polycarbonate, Polyphenylene Based, Polyethylene,  Polypropylene, Inherently Conductive Polymers and Others for  the Years 1998, 2008 and 2012 (includes corresponding  Graph/Chart) II-58  Table 9: US 15-Year Perspective for Conductive Polymers by End  Use Application - Percentage Breakdown of Volume Consumption  for Product Components Antistatic Packaging, Material  Handling, Worksurface & Flooring and Other Applications for  the Years 1998, 2008, & 2012 (includes corresponding  Graph/Chart II-59  Table 10: US Recent Past, Current and Future Analysis for  Conductive Polymers by Annual Sales in US$ Million for the  Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-59  Table 11: US Long Term Projections for Conductive Polymers by  Annual Sales in US$ Million for the Years 2011 through 2015  (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-60  Table 12: US Historic Review for Conductive Polymers by Annual  Sales in US$ Million for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-60  III. 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