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#MCQ 16 - The amount of water needed to dissolve alpha and beta hemihydrate to react completely with 100 gram of calcium sulphate hemihydrates to convert it to calcium sulphate dihydrate is:

#MCQ 16 - The amount of water needed to dissolve alpha and beta hemihydrate to react completely with 100 gram of calcium sulphate hemihydrates to convert it to calcium sulphate dihydrate is:

A. 18.6 ml
B. 22.2 ml
C. 30.4 ml
D. 45.3 ml

Answer: A. 18.6 ml

Water of reaction is same for all gypsum products i.e. 18.6 ml of water completely reacts with 100g of hemihydrate. But gauging water differs with the type of gypsum product. It is 45 ml for type III and 20 ml for type IV gypsum.

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