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Name introduced by Igelström (1851) for a mineral from Harstigen, Pajsberg, Värmland, Sweden. He first described it under the name "röd mangankisel", believing it to be an intermediate between bustamite and "mangankisel" (rhodonite) that was found at Långban, Sweden. Showed later to be identical with rhodonite.
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This page provides mineralogical data about Pajsbergit.

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Igelström, L.J. (1851): Föredrag. Pajsbergit och stratopeit, twenne nya svenska mineralier. Översigt af Kongl. Vetenskaps-Akademiens Förhandlingar 1851. 8, 142-147
Flink, G. (1885): Om rodonit från Pajsberg och Långban. Översigt af Kongl. Vetenskaps-Akademiens Förhandlingar 1885. 42, 159-188

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