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Mica is one of the most important minerals in the world primarily because of its applications in a majority of the industries. The most common form of mica is silicate. The mineral also known as 'glimmer' due to its natural lustre and shine.   The most commonly used types of mica in industries are known as Muscovite and phlogopite. Mica is known to thrive in extreme conditions and is noted for being able to withstand high temperatures, powerful electricity shocks as well as extreme force. For instance, its unique properties makes it the best medium for the insulation of electrical equipment.   In the earlier part of the 20th century mica used to be a rare mineral but over the course of time huge deposits have been found in many countries including India, which right now is home to one of the largest deposits of mica in the world. Along with India, China, USA, and Canada also have large deposits of mica.   Quality Grading/Technical Details There are 6 different types of mica and only two are used for commercial purposes. In this regard, it should be mentioned that mica obtained from different sources can end up showing subtly different properties which is why there is hardly a chemical standard. However, it can be said with a degree of certainty that the chief constituents of mica are sodium and calcium in varied ratios and proportions depending on the variety of mica.   Mica is known to thrive in extreme conditions and is noted for being able to withstand high temperatures, powerful electricity shocks as well as extreme force. For instance, its unique properties makes it a major constituent for insulating electrical equipments. In addition to that, even when it is cut into thin sheets it does not lose any of its formidable physical properties. Visually mica can be anything between opaque and transparent. The sheets of mica are not at all chemically reactive and it does not change its shape even under extreme conditions. It is known to remain absolutely unchanged at a temperature of as much as 500'C.   Processing Now, we are all well aware of the fact that all minerals and metals which are excavated from the bowels of the earth need to be processed to make them suitable for use. It is no different in case of mica. The form in which mica is most suitable for industrial use is in the crushed form. For this purpose the mica jaw crusher is used to crush mica into little bits. It is the most popular form of mica processing. The crushed material in turn is then used to make different sorts of mica products.   Demand and Uses Mica is well known for their strength and also for being poor conductors of heat and electricity. Its inherent sturdiness is due to it's low levels of elasticity because of which it does not change much in shape or form under extreme conditions. Mica has huge demand in the electrical manufacturing industry, making of insulation sheets and in fact these days it is also used in the manufacturing of jet planes, rockets and missiles for its unique physical properties. The variety of uses that mica can be beneficial in is quite vast. On one hand it is used in making window panes which are resistant to heat and on the other hand the natural lustre of mica is used to add much needed shine to wallpapers.+ Read More

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