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Niningerite is an magnesium-iron-manganese sulfide mineral (chemical formula of (Mg,Fe,Mn)S)) that is found in enstatite chondrite meteorites.[1] Niningerite is the magnesium-dominant analog of keilite.[2] This mineral is named after Harvey H. Nininger.


  1. ^ webminerals
  2. ^ M. Shinizu, H. Yoshida (2002). "The New Mineral Species Keilite (Fe,Mg)S, the Iron-dominant Analogue of Niningerite". The Canadian Mineralogist 40: 1687-1692.
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