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Plaster of paris immediately reacts with water and forms gypsum and that is too hard soo plater of paris is stored in dry places

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Plaster of Paris has a tendency to absorb moisture and become gypsum which is hard and it can't be used any more. So to prevent absorption of moisture from air, it is stored in tight packs or dry place.
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