Quantum Dots Market worth $3,414.54 Million by 2020

DALLAS, TX - According to a new market research report, "Quantum Dots Market by Product (QD Displays, Lasers, Medical Devices, Solar Cells, Chip, Sensor), Application (Healthcare, Optoelectronics, Sustainable Energy), Material (Cadmium Selenide, Sulfide, Telluride), and Geography - Forecast & Analysis (2013 - 2020)", published by MarketsandMarkets which focuses on advanced technology, current trends, & opportunities, the total market for Quantum dots is expected to reach $3,414.54 million in 2020, at a CAGR of 71.13% from 2014 to 2020.

Quantum Dots (QD) comprise the most advanced area of "semiconductor nanoparticles", wherein a host of massive research activities are currently being undertaken. QDs are semiconductor nano particles, and as the name suggests, come in sizes ranging from 2 nm to 10 nm. Due to their miniature property; they are highly versatile and flexible. The uniqueness of QD material lies in the fact that its power intensity depends on the input source and size of QD. There are several ways to confine excitons in semiconductors, resulting in different methods to produce Quantum Dots Market. In general, quantum wires, walls, and the dots are grown by advanced epitaxial techniques in nano crystals produced by chemical methods or by ion implantation, or in nano devices created from state-of-the-art lithographic techniques.

The QD market is expected to grow from $108.41 million that it accounts for, currently, in 2013 to $3,414.54 million in 2020, at a CAGR of 71.13% from 2014 to 2020. Optoelectronics application is expected to be the major market share holder with an expected revenue generation of $2,458.47 million in 2020.

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