Hauerite
Hauerite Hau"er*ite (h[add]"[~e]r*[imac]t), n. [Named after Von Hauer, of Vienna.] (Min.) Native sulphide of manganese, a reddish brown or brownish black mineral. [1913 Webster]

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  • Hauerite — is a manganese sulfide mineral with the chemical formula MnS2. It forms reddish brown or black octahedral crystals and it is usually found associated with the sulfides of other transition metals such as rambergite. It was discovered in Austria… …   Wikipedia

  • hauerite — hau·er·ite …   English syllables

  • hauerite — /ˈhaʊəraɪt/ (say howuhruyt) noun a rare mineral consisting of manganese sulphide which occurs as small dark crystals in clay, etc. {German hauerit, from Franz von Hauer, 1822–99, Austrian geologist} …   Australian English dictionary

  • hauerite — ˈhau̇əˌrīt noun ( s) Etymology: German hauerit, from Franz von Hauer died 1899 Austrian geologist + German it ite : a mineral MnS2 consisting of native manganese sulfide and occurring as reddish brown or brownish black octahedral or pyritohedral… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Hauerit — Chemische Formel MnS2 Mineralklasse Sulfide und Sulfosalze 2.EB.05 (8. Auflage: II/D.17 060) (nach Strunz) 02.12.01.09 (nach Dana) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • List of minerals — This is a List of minerals for which there are Wikipedia articles. Mineral variety names and mineraloids are to be listed after the valid minerals for each letter.For a complete listing (about 4,000) of all mineral names: List of minerals… …   Wikipedia

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  • Manganese nodule — Polymetallic nodules, also called manganese nodules, are rock concretions on the sea bottom formed of concentric layers of iron and manganese hydroxides around a core. The core may be microscopically small and is sometimes completely transformed… …   Wikipedia

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