Definition of Albertites
1. albertite [n] - See also: albertite
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Albertites
Literary usage of Albertites
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Modern Asphalt Pavement by Clifford Richardson (1908)
"Analyses of albertites from various localities which have been examined in the author's laboratory are tabulated on pages 218, 219. ..."
2. Review of American Chemical Research by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1905)
"The rock asphalts are regarded as the dried out residues of pools of petroleum oil that have been brought near the surface by erosion, the albertites as ..."
3. Gunnison, Colorado's Bonanza Co. by John K. Hallowell (1883)
"... or 14500 cubic feet per ton of 2000 pounds, not equaled anywhere as far as now known, except perhaps by the albertites of Nova Scotia. ..."
4. Zeitschrift für Krystallographie und Mineralogie by Paul Groth (1893)
"Note on the Identification of the Scotch and New Brunswick »albertites«. Min. Magaz. a. Journ. of the Min. Soc. 1886, 7, 77—78. D. Hooper (in Ootacamund) ..."