Mica Kings refer to a business house, which took shape in the early twentieth century, in Koderma, Jharkhand state, India. This business house, at one point in time, controlled the largest share of mica mining and export activity in the world.
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... The dictionary defines mica as "A class of silicates having a prismatic angle 120o, eminently perfect basal cleavage, affording thin tough lamina or scales, colorless to jet black, transparent to translucent, of ... In brief, mica is a generic term applied to a group of a complex alumino-silicate minerals having a sheet or plate like structure with different chemical compositions and physical ... All micas from flat six-sided monoclinic crystals with a remarkable cleavage in the direction of the large surfaces, which permits them to split easily into optically flat ...
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