Mica is a fairly common mineral with a very glittery, shiny appearance, which forms as laminated layers, almost like the pages of a book.
Mica is widely used in industry to create insulations and for electronics. It has also been used in the arts for centuries to make jewellery, ornaments and makeup.
Common forms of mica include muscovite, biotite, phlogopite, lepidolite, and paragonite.
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