Di­a­monds May Not Grow On Trees But This Power Cou­ple Pro­duces Them In Labs

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Di­a­monds are a girl’s best friend, isn’t it? But, there is a rea­son these gems are crowned the glory of pre­cious­ness. The core rea­son is their cre­ation process. Di­a­monds are mined from Mother Earth and even though sci­en­tists have tried cre­at­ing fake di­a­monds, every ef­fort of match­ing up to that gen­uine sparkle has failed. Sci­en­tists who are try­ing to achieve the qual­ity that nat­u­ral di­a­monds, al­most since the 1950s have seen only lit­tle suc­cess, maybe just un­der a carat. Even though the process of cre­at­ing di­a­monds is not an easy one, nat­u­rally mined di­a­monds have an in­dus­try as big as $80-$100 bil­lion.

The most beau­ti­ful di­a­mond on earth- The Ko­hi­noor has seen ac­co­lades from cen­turies for its beauty. Di­a­monds are all the more pre­cious as it is used in rings cre­at­ing an eter­nal bond of love- en­gage­ment rings. No doubt we can say that now, there are more re­fined pro­cesses in the re­cent years for man­u­fac­tur­ing man-made di­a­monds. The level of ex­treme pres­sure and tem­per­a­ture be­neath Earth’s core cre­at­ing nat­u­ral di­a­monds can now be stim­u­lated with de­vel­oped and ad­vanced ma­chin­ery and man­u­fac­tur­ing pro­cesses.

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