Native Element, Solid Solution, Silicide, and Carbide

  • Bärbel Sarbas
  • Wolfgang Töpper
Part of the Gmelin Handbook of Inorganic and Organometallic Chemistry / Gmelin Handbuch der Anorganischen Chemie book series (GMELIN, volume M-n / A / 2)


For about the last ten years, because of the more sophisticated methods of investigation, there were described some natural occurrences of Mn. These include native Mn, its solid solution with Fe or (possibly) AL, some silicides and a carbide of Mn. They will be presented in the following paragraphs in which the constraints of Chapter 1 (pp. 5/6) have been waived to allow the inclusion of examples containing only minor amounts of Mn.


Heavy Minerat Segregation Phase Native Element Metallic Luster Heavy Minerat Fraction 
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  • Wolfgang Töpper

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