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Industrial Diamonds.
An example of the element Carbon

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Carbon Industrial Diamonds
Industrial Diamonds.
These pretty little yellow diamonds are entirely synthetic. They are pretty small, not quite a powder, but not exactly something you could make a ring out of. It looks like synthetic diamond technology is making good progress, however, and it might not be too long before you can buy fistfuls of large gem grade diamond for a few dollars. It's about time, I say, people are spending way too much money on boring clear stones.
Source: Ivan Timokhin
Contributor: Ivan Timokhin
Acquired: 28 December, 2006
Text Updated: 7 January, 2007
Price: Donated
Size: .01"
Purity: >99%
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