neat plaster

neat plaster

[′nēt ‚plas·tər]
(materials)
A base-coat plaster, having sand added at the job location.
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neat plaster

Plaster made without aggregate.
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Moreover, the hydration products of neat plaster of Paris are extremely different from OPC-blended plaster of Paris materials (POCP), which are obtained by the hydration of tricalcium silicate ([C.sub.3]S), dicalcium silicate ([C.sub.2]S), tricalcium aluminate ([C.sub.3]A), tetracalcium aluminoferrite ([C.sub.4]AF), and hemihydrate (HH).