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ALBERTITE

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Originally appearing in Volume V01, Page 503 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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ALBERTITE, a variety of asphalt found in Albert county, New Brunswick. It is of jet-black colour and brilliant pitch-like lustre. Its percentage chemical composition is: 86.o4 8.96 1.97 2.93 trace 0.10 It softens slightly in boiling water, but only fuses imperfectly when further heated, and it is less soluble than ordinary asphalt in oil of turpentine.
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