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The elementary slabs (i.e., similarity material) in former tests carried out in CUMTB are cubic gypsum plates, as shown in Figure 1(a), which are produced based on different ratio of water-gypsum.
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Polluted water is considered to be the most common source of excessive fluoride, but Joseph Gardella, a chemist at UB who has collaborated on a research project with Professor Handong Liang of the China University of Mining and Technology in Beijing (CUMTB), said that polluted coal might also be a major factor.