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Mica

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CAS:12001-26-2
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Products Intro: Product Name:MUSCOVITE
CAS:12001-26-2
Package:500g;4kg Remarks:SIM6594.9
Mica Basic information
Product Name:Mica
Synonyms:Muscovite sheet, naturally occurring mineral, approximately 6 in x 6 in;Mica respirable dust;Mica total dust;calcined mica;White mica powder;Mica, 160 Mesh;Mica, Water Ground, 325 Mesh;Muscovite, naturally occuring mineral, sheet
CAS:12001-26-2
MF:Al2K2O6Si
MW:256.24
EINECS:601-648-2
Product Categories:proteins;UVCBs-inorganic
Mol File:12001-26-2.mol
Mica Structure
Mica Chemical Properties
density 2,77 g/cm3
refractive index 1.55-1.61
RTECS VV876000
Water Solubility Insoluble in water.
EPA Substance Registry SystemMica-group minerals(12001-26-2)
Safety Information
Safety Statements 22
TSCA Yes
HS Code 25252000
Hazardous Substances Data12001-26-2(Hazardous Substances Data)
MSDS Information
ProviderLanguage
Mica English
ALFA English
Mica Usage And Synthesis
Chemical PropertiesSoft, translucent solid; colorless to slightred (ruby), brown to greenish yellow (amber). Noncombustible.Heat resistant to 600C.
Chemical PropertiesMica (muscovite), takes the form of a colorless, odorless solid that separates into flakes or thin sheets of hydrous silicates.
Usesmica is used as a texturizer and coloring agent in cosmetics, it provides a “glimmer” or “shimmering” quality in makeup powders. Mica is the group name for a series of ground silicate minerals with similar physical properties but varied chemical composition. Micas range in color from colorless to pale green, brown, or black.
UsesElectrical equipment, vacuum tubes, incan-descent lamps, dusting agent, lubricant, windowsin high-temperature equipment, filler in exteriorpaints, cosmetics, glass and ceramic flux, roofing,rubber, mold-release agent, specialty paper for insu-lation and filtration, wallpaper and wallboard jointcement, oil-well drilling muds.
DefinitionAny of several silicates of vary-ing chemical composition but with similar physicalproperties and crystalline structure. All character-istically cleave into thin sheets that are flexible andelastic. Synthetic mica is available. It has electri-cal and mechanical properties superior to those ofnatural mica; it is also water free.
General DescriptionMICA, a generic term, refers to any of a group of approximately 30 silicate minerals occurring as non-fibrous plates. Muscovite (hydrated aluminium potassium silicate[KAl2(AlSi3O10)(F, OH)2 ])and phlogopite (potassium magnesium aluminum silicate hydroxide) are the two major micas of commerce. Micas are commonly found in ordinary rocks. Inhalation of mica dust presents an occupational hazard.
Reactivity ProfileMICAS have generally low chemical reactivity.
Hazard(Dust) Irritant by inhalation, may be dam-aging to lungs. Pneumoconiosis.
Safety ProfileThe dust is injurious to lungs.
Potential ExposureMica is used as reinforcing filler for plastics, substitute for asbestos; for insulation in electrical equipment; used in the manufacture of roofing shingles, wallpaper and paint.
First aidIf this chemical gets into the eyes, remove any contact lenses at once and irrigate immediately. If a person breathes in large amounts of this chemical, move the exposed person to fresh air at once.
IncompatibilitiesSilicates react with lithium.
Waste DisposalConsider recycling, otherwise, this chemical must be disposed of in compliance with existing federal and local regulations. Landfill.
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