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Observations in literature date back to 1926 to suggest that bitumen should not be treated like a residuum but more like a young crude oil. This is because of its high reactivity at low temperatures. Taking these observations into consideration, lower temperatures (400 °C and lower) were used to...
There is a growing need to decrease the viscosity of bitumen using minimal diluent addition to reduce the cost of transportation. However, due to the inherently free radical rich nature of bitumen, even on exposure to low autoxidative conditions adverse effects on the viscosity and hardening of...