IUPAC Name: Bitumen
HS Code: 2713.20.00
Appearance: Black, Sticky, and Viscous Semi-Solid
CAS No: 8052-42-4
Common Names: Asphaltene, Mineral Pitch, Asphalt
Bitumen, also known as asphalt, is a black, sticky, and viscous semi-solid or liquid form oil-based substance. It is a semi-solid substance and is stable at ambient temperatures. There are six major kinds of bitumen according to their applications: paving grade bitumen, cutback bitumen, bitumen emulsions, modified bitumen, polymer modified binders, and multi-grade bitumen.
IUPAC Name: White Spirit
HS Code: 2710.11.21
Appearance: Clear Colorless Liquid
CAS No: 64475-85-0
Common Names: Mineral Spirit
White spirit is a transparent, clear, and petroleum-derived liquid with a detectable characteristic odor. It is composed of complex hydrocarbon mixtures produced by hydro-treating petroleum cut and obtained by the distillation from naphtha and kerosene components of crude petroleum.