Mica is the name given to a group of rocky minerals. Mica minerals include: white mica - phlogopite - black mica-lipidolite. Because it may be difficult to pronounce these names, we would have preferred to use Mica for all the words. All types of mica, although composed of different metals, are all similar. All types of "mica" can be cut in thin sheets, because they are very soft and easy to nail.All mica creates a crystal that is color-coded. That is, it starts from colorless to green, red, brown and black, respectively. Mica is found in most of the rocks in the cortex.Mica is an important part of igneous rocks. You should remember that igneous rocks are formed from the cooled melting material. So Mica has just come up.Some minerals sometimes become mica in certain conditions. This is called metamorphism and infact it is the changes in the mineral that create in effect of heat, pressure and water. To make the mica ready for commercial use, it is laminated and then sized to the desired thickness."Mica" is a good insulator. Electricity and heat do not pass through it. So, you see how profitable it is to build electrical appliances and fire-fighting materials. You will already have a bit of mica in your house, bulb holder, and breadcrumbs. You should also know that before the invention of the glass, they used mica sheets to illuminate the windows.Mica can be considered as one of the most important materials used in the advancement of technology (especially the electronics industry) in the present and the future. These minerals are used in the form of laminated or in the form of small and flaky grains in the industry.
Drying and coating, Gypsum cement walls (Increasing wall resistance), Color expander, Balkans, Oil drilling (covering of cracks), Welding electrodes, Paper making, Rubber production, Polypropylene, Refractory brick , Melting furnaces, steel making (lithium supply), manufacturing of optics (lenses), ornaments, thermal insulation walls, plastics, cure for some skin diseases, adhesives, mica paper production (artificial mica), agricultural industries. .Mica construction: cellulosic coatings of various colors and different coatings, and used as insulation • Mica decorative applications: candles, flowers, sculptures • Mica cosmetics: Cosmetics such as: Lipstick, all kinds of shades, cosmetic powders, etc. • Mica industrial applications: Weld powder, drilling mud (usually in the extraction industry and wells of the oil company), paint and temperature insulation, • Insulation of electricity, rubber, computer, air-space industry, paper making and so on • Mica Health Use: Toothpaste, all kinds of health powders and so on.