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A mineral of the orthorhombic crystal system which consists of a sulphide of nickel and bismuth, Ni₃Bi₂S₂ (often also containing lead), and occurs as light bronze crystals with a metallic lustre.
1930s. From the name of Robert Lüling Parker, Swiss mineralogist + -ite.
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