Gypsum wall partitioning
What is Gypsum partitioning.
Drywall is created by using gypsum, a mineral with a white sandy appearance, blending it with several different types of additives (such as paper pulp and starch) and adding water to create a plaster. This plaster is spread between two layers of paper to a desired thickness, and then baked in an oven to dry out and harden the material. This process produces standard drywall.