why is calcium sulphate hemihydrate called as plaster of paris?
Asked by sejupandey | 29th Jul, 2008, 12:22: AM
The powder is called plaster of paris because it is made by using gypsum, which was mainly found in Montmartre in paris.
Answered by | 29th Jul, 2008, 06:21: PM
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