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Lindqvistite

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About LindqvistiteHide

Bengt Lindqvist
Formula:
Pb2Mn2+Fe16O27
Colour:
Black
Lustre:
Sub-Metallic
Hardness:
6
Specific Gravity:
5.76 (Calculated)
Crystal System:
Hexagonal
Name:
Named by D. Holstram and R. Norrestam in 1991 in honor of Bengt Lindqvist (14 December 1927 - 3 October 2009, Uppsala, Sweden), Senior Curator at the Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm, Sweden.
This page provides mineralogical data about Lindqvistite.


Classification of LindqvistiteHide

Approved
Approval Year:
1991
First Published:
1993
Approval History:
IMA1991-038
4.CC.45

4 : OXIDES (Hydroxides, V[5,6] vanadates, arsenites, antimonites, bismuthites, sulfites, selenites, tellurites, iodates)
C : Metal: Oxygen = 2: 3,3: 5, and similar
C : With large and medium-sized cations
7.11.15.1

7 : MULTIPLE OXIDES
11 : Miscellaneous

Physical Properties of LindqvistiteHide

Sub-Metallic
Transparency:
Opaque
Colour:
Black
Streak:
Brownish black
Hardness:
Hardness:
VHN100=818 - 898 kg/mm2 - Vickers
Tenacity:
Brittle
Cleavage:
Perfect
Perfect on {0001}
Density:
5.76 g/cm3 (Calculated)

Optical Data of LindqvistiteHide

Type:
Anisotropic
Anisotropism:
Moderate, bluish gray to brown
Bireflectance:
Weak
Reflectivity:
470nmR=23.7–22.0%
546nmR=22.7–21.5%
589nmR=22.0–21.1%
650nmR=21.3–20.7%

Reflectance graph
Graph shows reflectance levels at different wavelengths (in nm). Top of box is 100%. Peak reflectance is 23.7–22.0%.
Colour in reflected light:
Gray with a faint brownish tint
Internal Reflections:
None observed

Chemical Properties of LindqvistiteHide

Formula:
Pb2Mn2+Fe16O27
IMA Formula:
Pb2Mn2+Fe3+16O27
Common Impurities:
Zn,Al,Ti,Si

Crystallography of LindqvistiteHide

Crystal System:
Hexagonal
Cell Parameters:
a = 5.95 Å, c = 33.35 Å
Ratio:
a:c = 1 : 5.605
Unit Cell V:
1,022.49 ų (Calculated from Unit Cell)
Morphology:
Tabular on {0001}
Twinning:
None observed

X-Ray Powder DiffractionHide

Powder Diffraction Data:
d-spacingIntensity
4.168 (55)
3.334 (40)
3.011 (60)
2.975 (70)
2.802 (95)
2.624 (100)
2.612 (90)

Type Occurrence of LindqvistiteHide

General Appearance of Type Material:
Subhedral crystals
Place of Conservation of Type Material:
Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm, Sweden, 38126.
The Natural History Museum, London, England, 1992,375.
Geological Setting of Type Material:
Regionally metamorphosed skarn deposit
Reference:
Holstram, D., Norrestam, R. (1993) Lindqvistite, Pb2MeFe16O27, a novel hexagonal ferrite mineral from Jakobsberg, Filipstad, Sweden. American Mineralogist: 78: 1304-1312.

Synonyms of LindqvistiteHide

Other Language Names for LindqvistiteHide

Related Minerals - Nickel-Strunz GroupingHide

4.CC.AllendeiteSc4Zr3O12Trig. 3 : R3
4.CC.Yttriaite-(Y)Y2O3Iso.
4.CC.05ChrombismiteBi16CrO27Tet.
4.CC.10FreudenbergiteNa2(Ti,Fe)8O16Mon.
4.CC.15GrossiteCaAl4O7Mon. 2/m : B2/b
4.CC.20ChlormayeniteCa12Al14O32[◻4Cl2]Iso. 4 3m : I4 3d
4.CC.25YafsoaniteCa3Zn3(TeO6)2Iso. m3 (2/m 3)
4.CC.30LatrappiteCa2NbFe3+O6Orth. mmm (2/m 2/m 2/m) : Pnma
4.CC.30LueshiteNaNbO3Orth. mmm (2/m 2/m 2/m)
4.CC.30NatroniobiteNaNbO3Mon.
4.CC.30PerovskiteCaTiO3Orth. mmm (2/m 2/m 2/m) : Pnma
4.CC.30BarioperovskiteBaTiO3Orth. mm2 : Amm2
4.CC.30LakargiiteCa(Zr,Sn,Ti)O3Orth. mmm (2/m 2/m 2/m) : Pnma
4.CC.30MegawiteCaSnO3Orth. mmm (2/m 2/m 2/m) : Pban
4.CC.35Loparite-(Ce)(Na,REE)Ti2O6
4.CC.35MacedonitePbTiO3Tet. 4/mmm (4/m 2/m 2/m) : P4/nmm
4.CC.35TausoniteSrTiO3Iso. 4 3m
4.CC.35Isolueshite(Na,La)NbO3Iso. m3m (4/m 3 2/m) : Pm3m
4.CC.40CrichtoniteSr(Mn,Y,U)Fe2(Ti,Fe,Cr,V)18(O,OH)38Trig. 3 : R3
4.CC.40Davidite-(Ce)(Ce,La)(Y,U,Fe)(Ti,Fe)20(O,OH)38Trig. 3 : R3
4.CC.40Davidite-(La)(La,Ce)(Y,U,Fe)(Ti,Fe)20(O,OH)38Trig.
4.CC.40Davidite-(Y)(La,Ce,Na,Ca,Pb)(Y,Fe2+,◻)(Fe2+,Mn2+)2(Ti,Fe3+,Nb,Zr)18O38 (hypothetical)Trig.
4.CC.40LandauiteNaMnZn2(Ti,Fe)6Ti12O38Trig. 3 : R3
4.CC.40Lindsleyite(Ba,Sr)(Zr,Ca)(Fe,Mg)2(Ti,Cr,Fe)18O38Trig.
4.CC.40Loveringite(Ca,Ce,La)(Zr,Fe)(Mg,Fe)2(Ti,Fe,Cr,Al)18O38Trig.
4.CC.40Mathiasite(K, Ba, Sr)(Zr, Fe)(Mg,Fe)2 (Ti,Cr,Fe)18O38Trig.
4.CC.40SenaitePb(Mn,Y,U)(Fe,Zn)2(Ti,Fe,Cr,V)18(O,OH)38Trig.
4.CC.40Dessauite-(Y)(Sr,Pb)(Y,U)(Ti,Fe3+)20O38Trig. 3 : R3
4.CC.40Cleusonite(Pb,Sr)(U4+,U6+)(Fe2+,Zn)2(Ti,Fe2+,Fe3+)18(O,OH)38Trig. 3 : R3
4.CC.40Gramaccioliite-(Y)(Pb,Sr)(Y,Mn)Fe3+2(Ti,Fe3+)18O38Trig. 3
4.CC.45DiaoyudaoiteNaAl11O17Hex.
4.CC.45HawthorneiteBaMgTi3Cr4Fe2+2Fe3+2O19Hex. 6/mmm (6/m 2/m 2/m) : P63/mmc
4.CC.45Hibonite(Ca,Ce)(Al,Ti,Mg)12O19Hex.
4.CC.45Magnetoplumbite(Pb,Mn)(Fe,Mn)12O19Hex.
4.CC.45PlumboferritePb2(Fe3+,Mn2+,Mg)11O19Trig. 3 2 : P3 1 2
4.CC.45YimengiteK(Cr,Ti,Fe,Mg)12O19Hex.
4.CC.45HaggertyiteBaFe2+4Fe3+2Ti5MgO19Hex. 6/mmm (6/m 2/m 2/m) : P63/mmc
4.CC.45NežilovitePbZn2Mn4+2Fe3+8O19Hex. 6/mmm (6/m 2/m 2/m) : P63/mmc
4.CC.45BatiferriteBaTi2Fe3+8Fe2+2O19Hex.
4.CC.45Hibonite-(Fe)(Fe,Mg)Al12O19Hex. 6/mmm (6/m 2/m 2/m) : P63/mmc
4.CC.45BarioferriteBaFe3+12O19Hex. 6/mmm (6/m 2/m 2/m) : P63/mmc
4.CC.50Jeppeite(K,Ba)2(Ti,Fe)6O13Mon.
4.CC.55ZenzénitePb3Fe4Mn3O15Hex.
4.CC.60Mengxianminite (of Huang et al.)(Ca,Na)3(Fe,Mn)2Mg2(Sn,Zn)5Al8O29

Other InformationHide

Magnetism:
Non-Magnetic
Thermal Behaviour:
After heat treatment (840 C for 3 h in air) it becomes moderately magnetic.
Notes:
Slowly soluble in cold HCl 3:l solution but not affected by HNO3 or H2SO4.
Health Risks:
No information on health risks for this material has been entered into the database. You should always treat mineral specimens with care.

References for LindqvistiteHide

Reference List:
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Holstram, D., Norrestam, R. (1993) Lindqvistite, Pb2MeFe16O27, a novel hexagonal ferrite mineral from Jakobsberg, Filipstad, Sweden. American Mineralogist: 78: 1304-1312.
New Minerals (1997), New Minerals 1990-1994.

Internet Links for LindqvistiteHide

Localities for LindqvistiteHide

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Locality ListHide

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All localities listed without proper references should be considered as questionable.
Greece
 
  • Aegean Islands Department (Aiyaíon)
    • Kykládes Prefecture
      • Cyclade Islands (Cyclades; Kikladhes; Nomos Kikladhon)
        • Santorini Island (Thera)
Sotiropoulou, S., Perdikatsis, V., Apostolaki, C., Karydas, A. G., Devetzi, A., & Birtacha, K. (2010). Lead pigments and related tools at Akrotiri, Thera, Greece. Provenance and application techniques. Journal of Archaeological Science, 37(8), 1830-1840.
Russia
 
  • Northern Region
    • Karelia Republic
      • Ladoga Region
Ivashchenko, V. I., Valkama, M., Sundblad, K., Golubev, A. I., & Alekseev, V. Y. (2011, September). New data on mineralogy and metallogeny of scarns in the Pitkyaranta ore region. In Doklady Earth Sciences (Vol. 440, No. 1, pp. 1307-1311). SP MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica
Sweden (TL)
 
  • Värmland
    • Filipstad
      • Nordmark district
        • Jakobsberg ore field
Holtstam, D. & Norrestam, R. (1993): Lindqvistite Pb2MeFe16O27,a novel hexagonal ferrite mineral from Jakobsberg, Filipstad, Sweden. American Mineralogist. 78, 1304-1312
Mineral and/or Locality  
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