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Asphalt: Its Composition, Properties and Uses

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Asphalt: Its Composition, Properties and Uses
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Publisher: Reinhold Pub. Corp.
ISBN/ASIN: 0278919642
ISBN-13: 9780278919648
Number of pages: 294

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A short review on the composition, properties, and applications of asphalt. The aim has been to present briefly the essential points. Attention is given to the manufacture of asphalt, the forms in which it is used, and finally its important applications.

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