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AcronymDefinition
MICASMiniature Integrated Camera and Spectrometer
MICASMobility Inventory Control and Accountability System
MICASMilitary Intelligence Combat Aerial Surveillance
MICASMicrosatellite Analysis Server
MICASMedical and Integrated Circuits And Sensors
MICASMonadnock Institute for Community Advancement and Sustainability (est. 2005; Keene, NH)
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MICAS (Machine Intelligence Call Assistance System) service makes device management practically hands free.
Mica is one of the most applied insulating materials ever (Mentlik, 2006).
But natural mica also contains potassium ions, which sit in hexagonal holes in the mineral's layers, superimposed upon one another, bonding the sheets tightly together.
Premium grades of highly pure, low-iron, platy talcs, high-purity calcium carbonates, phlogopite micas, and ground white barium sulfate for high-density compounds.
This paper describes polymerization of anilinium-DBSA complex to PANI-DBSA (DBSA doped polyaniline) in an aqueous dispersion in the presence of mica or talc clays.
In polyolefins Micaflex R produces higher elongation and unnotched Izod impact than other micas at comparable concentrations.
Micraflex R in polyolefins produces higher elongation and unnotched Izod impact than other micas at comparable concentrations.
has six new particle-size distributions of its surface-modified HiMod muscovite micas.
Also, the company's HAR wet-ground micas offer aspect ratios of 1:100.
Company is now offering surface treatment to all mica products, which reportedly offers further improvement in strength because of better filler/matrix bonding.
Indeed, MICA has repeatedly proven adaptable to vertical
Sheet mica is used predominantly in electrical insulation and ground mica has a very wide variety of uses including filler, dusting agent, absorbent, fire insulator, strength enhancer in plastics and decorative material.