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Gypsum is used in making drywalls or plasterboards. Plasterboards are used as the finish for walls and ceilings, and for partitions.
Another important use of gypsum is the production of plaster of Paris. Gypsum is heated to about 300 degree Fahrenheit to produce plaster of Paris, which is also known as gypsum plaster. It is mainly used as a sculpting material.
Gypsum is used in making surgical and orthopedic casts, such as surgical splints and casting molds.
Gypsum plays an important role in agriculture as a soil additive, conditioner, and fertilizer. It helps loosen up compact or clay soil, and provides calcium and sulfur, which are essential for the healthy growth of a plant. It can also be used for removing sodium from soils having excess salinity.
Gypsum is a component of Portland cement, where it acts as a hardening retarder to control the speed at which concrete sets.
Gypsum, is sometimes used as an ornamental stone, while alabaster is used primarily for sculpting.