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Bituminous rocks are sedimentary rocks, usually shale, sandstone, limestone or dolostone/dolomite, that contain traces of tar, bitumen, asphalt, petroleum or carbon. For example anthraconite is a bituminous form of limestone, calcite or marble. Also can be known as "carbonaceous rocks". See sedimentary organic matter.
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