Definition of "Plaster of paris"

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Bernard Scarpa, Real Estate Agent Amertican Ideal Homes LLC

Dehydrated gypsum that is mixed with water to form a rapidly setting material. Plaster of paris sets too rapidly to be practical for most building applications, but it is useful for ornamental creations. It is widely used for developing casts.

 

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