The authors gratefully acknowledge financial support from the Natural Science Foundation of China (20671028), and thank Ouke Company for providing mica powder
2 g) was added (no mica powder
present) to the anilinium-DBSA dispersion and subsequentiy polymerization took place according to Procedure 1.
Komarneni and Roy suggest that the mica powder
can be used for decontamination by dispersing it in water or soil and then filtering out the cesium-laden product or by letting cesium-contaminated humans or animals ingest the material, which would later be excreted.
Product Overview II-6 Product Description II-6 Occurrence II-6 Product Forms II-6 Types II-7 Pre-Processed and Fabricated Mica II-7 Extracted Mica II-7 Fabricated Mica II-7 Block Mica II-8 Sheet Mica II-8 Built Up Mica II-8 Ground Mica II-9 Mica Thins II-9 Mica Condenser II-9 Mica Films II-9 Mica Splittings II-9 Mica Scrap II-10 Mica Powder
II-10 Mica Shield II-10 Properties II-10 Physical II-10 Chemical II-10 Electrical II-11 Thermal II-11 Mechanical II-11 Applications II-11 End User Overview II-12 Joint Compounds II-12 Paints II-12 Plastics and Rubber II-12 Electronics & Electricals II-12 Cosmetics II-12 Others II-13 Substitutes II-13 Mining and Processing II-14 Production Process II-14 Phase I.
These hypo allergenic pure mica powders
(no dyes, fillers, additives or preservatives) do not crease or clump, the effects are long lasting and they simply wash off.