We have carried out a comprehensive end-user based global market analysis of Raman Spectroscopy (RS). This analysis profiled the use of RS over the period January 2015 to May 2018 and covered more than 4,600 examples of the research and clinical-related use of this technique, across 2,100 laboratory organisations. Each of these has been analysed to provide new commercial insights and to identify new developments and opportunities in this field.
This study analysed eight sectors of the global RS market, including laboratory organisations by name and address, RS applications, global region, country, organisation type, RS methods and others. The findings of this study provide a comprehensive source of new market information to suppliers in this field.
This information provides new insights into the use of RS, including recent developments, and enable suppliers to identify new sales prospects (both established and recent users of RS) in the laboratory, across a comprehensive range of research and clinical-related applications.
Study findings include i) top RS end-users by organisation name and address ii) leading RS market sectors iii) top RS clinical and research application areas segmented across all areas of the market iv) high-growth RS end-users, segmented across all areas of this study v) new or recent users of RS, segmented across all areas of this study and vi) the identification of RS users by global region, country, organisation type and other areas.
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Chapter 1 Background and Methodology
This new report is the outcome of an extensive market analysis of 4,600 examples of the use of RS, across 2,100 laboratories globally. Each of these was profiled by organisation name and address, RS application, global region, country, organisation type, RS methods, year (Jan 2012 to May 2018) and other areas.
Chapter 2 RS by Global Region
An analysis of the clinical and research use of RS across eleven global regions. These included Europe, Asia, North America, South America, Middle East, Oceania and Central America.
Chapter 3 RS by Country
An analysis of the use of RS across 46 countries. These USA, China, Germany, India, UK, South Korea, Italy, Japan, France and Brazil.
Chapter 4 RS by Application Area
An analysis of the use of RS across 310 research and clinical-related areas. These include Nano material, Surfaces, Graphene, Structural, Carbon, Cells, Films, cancer, crystals and Synthesis.
Chapter 5 RS by Organisation Type
An analysis of the use of RS across 20 organisation types. These institutes, universities, hospitals, medical centres, medical universities, clinics, companies and agencies.
Chapter 6 RS Methods
An analysis of the use of RS based on the different methods used. These surface-enhanced, micro, tip-enhanced, confocal, femtosecond stimulated and others.
Chapter 7 Top RS Users
An analysis of the top RS users across 2,100 organisations by name and address.
Chapter 8 RS Market Sectors
An analysis of the use of RS across multiple market sectors covered in this study.
Chapter 9 RS High-Growth Users
An analysis of high-growth RS users across 2,100 organisations by name and address.
Chapter 10 RS New/Recent Users
An analysis of new or recent RS users, globally.
Chapter 11 Discussion
This chapter presents a discussion of these findings and identifies new insights, developments and opportunities in this field.