synthetic mica

synthetic mica

[sin′thed·ik ′mī·kə]
(materials)
A fluorphlogopite mica made artificially by heating a large batch of raw material in an electric resistance furnace and allowing the mica to crystallize from the melt during controlled slow cooling.
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based cosmetics retailer, also confirmed its efforts to substitute microplastics from its roster of products for synthetic mica and mineral glitter.
Chione Celestial Rouge is based on synthetic mica and has a unique warm rouge color space metallic effect pigments with superior sparkle characteristics.
The superior synthetic mica substrate pigment has incredibly high purity, and brightness.
Optimized to achieve a unique combination of jetness, coverage, sparkle and luster, SunShine Mystic Black pigment is based on synthetic mica, which provides a soft skin feel and high color purity compared to natural mica.
Options include one called Xirallic, which uses a mixture of synthetic mica or aluminium flakes to produce amazing effects.
The synthetic mica gave high removal efficiency (%E) and good distribution ratio (Kd) value for uptake of investigated heavy metals from 10 ml/g background solution and thus proving that synthetic Mn-biotite is capable of removing these cations from contaminated water or soil because better access of the interlayer space due to reduced charge [41].
Ruicheng produces a full line of pearl pigments including white, interference, metallic gold, Diamond Dream[TM], synthetic mica, and exterior grades.
Comments: Glacier Frost white synthetic mica pigment offers more luster and brightness than traditional effect pigments and allows more neutral and "whiter" white designs.
3) Measurement of thickness distribution of synthetic mica substrate.
High-aspect ratio, surface-treated and synthetic mica.
Glacier Frost White, a "whiter white" effect pigment, was developed with a new generation of titanium dioxide-coated synthetic mica flakes.
Synthetic mica (Mica) was chosen in our study of the synthesis of clay/Poly(ethylene terephthalate) (PET) nanocomposites.