MICAS


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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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Welsh bobsleigh competitor Mica Moore will find out today if she's been successful in her Olympic medal attempt.
Mica belongs to the group of the most widespread minerals in nature.
Mica is one of the most applied insulating materials ever (Mentlik, 2006).
Micas are hydrated silicates with layer crystal Lattice--a group of minerals with the extremely variable chemical composition of general crystallochemical formula:
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 volume surveys the mineralogy and petrology of micas, constituting a thorough revision of the 1962 first edition.
The use of kaolinite makes Na-4-mica less expensive to produce than other swelling micas made with gels or oxides.
High-aspect ratio, surface-treated and synthetic mica. Pigmented in black, red, gold, silver and bronze.
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.
Offers silicas, clays, calcium carbonates, micas and bituminous coal.