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It is because plaster of paris forms gypsum on addition with water molecules and becomes hard.........so plaster of paris is stored in the dry places and not wet places..
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Plaster of paris can easily absorb moisture to form gypsum which is a white porous material that is hard.Thus in order to avoid this we need to store it in a dry place.
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