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Bitumen | Definition of Bitumen by Merriam-Webster

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Middle English bithumen mineral pitch, from Latin bitumin-, bitumen. First Known Use: 15th century

Asphalt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The largest use of asphalt/bitumen is for making asphalt concrete for road surfaces and accounts for approximately 85% of the asphalt consumed in the United States.

Bitumen - A Smelly but Useful Material of Interest

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Bitumen is a black, oily, viscous material that is a naturally-occurring organic byproduct of decomposed organic materials. Also known as asphalt or tar ...

Bitumen | Define Bitumen at Dictionary.com

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Many runways are asphaltic concrete—aggregate in a bitumen binder—which softens and melts under heat.

Bitumen - definition of bitumen by The Free Dictionary

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Beside the petrochemical items, 5,000 tons of bitumen from Tabriz Oil Refinery, 7,000 tons of granulated sulfur from Shazand Oil Refinery in the central province of ...

bitumen | mining | Britannica.com

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Bitumen, dense, highly viscous, petroleum-based hydrocarbon that is found in deposits such as oil sands and pitch lakes (natural bitumen) or is obtained as a residue ...

What is bitumen? | Eurobitume

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Bitumen is an oil based substance. It is a semi-solid hydrocarbon product produced by removing the lighter fractions (such as liquid petroleum gas, petrol and diesel ...

Bitumen - The Canadian Encyclopedia

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One of the easiest ways to understand bitumen is to compare it to its cousin, conventional crude oil. Whereas conventional crude oil flows freely, bitumen does not.

Oil sands - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Oil sands, tar sands or, more technically, bituminous sands, are a type of unconventional petroleum deposit. Oil sands are either loose sands or partially ...

BitumenWikipedia

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Bitumen (betoningen ligger på andra stavelsen) [1] är ett bindemedel bestående av kolväten. Det framställs ur petroleum och benämns i vissa fall populärt asfalt.