Original paper

Hejtmanite, a manganese-dominant analogue of bafertisite, a new mineral

Vrana, Stanislav; Rieder, Milan; Gunter, Mickey E.

European Journal of Mineralogy Volume 4 Number 1 (1992), p. 35 - 44

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published: Feb 13, 1992
manuscript accepted: Jun 6, 1991
manuscript received: Aug 20, 1990

DOI: 10.1127/ejm/4/1/0035

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Abstract

Abstract Hejtmanite forms prismatic or platy crystals up to 1 mm long enclosed in manganoan arfvedsonite at Mbolwe Hill, Mkushi River area, Central Province, Zambia. The composition is (microprobe analysis): SiO2 23.52, TiO2 13.27, Nb2O5 1.4, Al2O3 0.37, FeO(tot) 11.29, MnO 14.12, MgO 0.13, BaO 30.2, Na2O 0.06, K2O 0.30, F 3.3, Cl Fe2+ members of its solid solution series towards bafertisite.

Keywords

hejtmanitenew mineralbafertisitemanganoan bafertisiteZambia