Specific gravity: 3.42 calculated
Colour: Yellowish white, pink-brown, light red
Wiserite is an accessory mineral in stratiform manganese deposits associated with
galaxite, tephroite and
At the type locality, the Gonzen Mine, Sargans, St. Gallen, Switzerland, wiserite occurs in veins of rhodochrosite - hausmannite ore associated with sussexite, rhodochrosite, pyrochroite, hausmannite, fluorite and baryte (Mindat).
At the Kombat mine, Namibia, wiserite was found associated with hausmannite, jacobsite, calcite, alleghanyite and pyrochroite on the hanging-wall side of a thin lens of layered manganese ores in unmetamorphosed dolomite AM 74.1374-1376
Common impurities: Fe,Ca,H2O
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