What is all the fuzz about Diamond 粉紅鑽石? What is it used for and why is it so special? All these questions are answered here! First of all let’s have a quick definition. Diamond is a strong type of the element carbon but with its atomic nuclei arranged in a unique crystal structure known as diamond cubic. At low pressure and room temperature, another common solid crystalline form of carbon called graphite is the most chemically stable form of graphite, but yet diamond never convert to it even at room temperature.
The main characteristics of this stone to make it a very popular gemstone. It is the hardest mineral in the world, which is why most people think of diamonds as being made entirely out of iron (at least when they are speaking about the ring setting). But diamond can be made from any number of other elements with properties that are similar to its own. For example, moissanite is very light and is typically made of aluminum oxide (which is a common constituent of many modern stones). On the other hand diamond is made only from carbon and because it is so dense, all of the other minerals that are mixed with it (such as gold and silver) are much less dense than diamond itself.
In addition to being the hardest stone on earth, diamonds are also considered to be the most beautiful. This is because of their brilliant color and also because of the way light reflects off them. Every diamond, no matter how far apart they are from one another, possess a unique color; the rarity of each diamond (and the cost involved in getting hold of them) explain why diamonds are such a popular gemstone. A diamond, no matter where it occurs on the planet, will reflect light in a certain way depending on its own particular internal structure. The brilliance of a diamond is a result of the internal structure of carbon crystals within the diamond.
One of the most important facts about diamonds, which is often ignored, is that they have high dispersion. High dispersion means that light is emitted from the diamond at high angles. This is why the diamond has been so popular as a jewelry metal: because it has the unique ability to reflect light in an attractive way. It has also been found that a high dispersion value of a diamond increases its optical properties: the higher the dispersion, the better quality of light that can be emitted by the diamond.
Some diamonds are more valuable than others, but regardless of the price, no one can deny the beauty and importance of this gemstone. The rareness of a diamond (as well as its high dispersion value) ensures that the diamond is also extremely valuable. As long as a person keeps his diamond in a safe place, it is very unlikely that he will ever suffer any loss of money due to theft or accidental damage. However, if the diamond gemstone is damaged, determining its worth could be slightly more complicated.
There are many different ways in which diamonds are mined. The most common method of diamond mining in the past was through ‘discovery’ or ‘volcanism’. This involved finding a vein of gold or silver that had been exposed by volcanic activity, and extracting the precious metal from the earth. Other types of mines include ‘free-fall’ or ‘colloidal mining’, which involves the careful introduction of elements to the earth in the hopes that they will react with the natural elements present in the earth, or ‘top-water’ mining, which involves the introduction of large amounts of water into the ground in order to mine for rare minerals. The rarer the mineral that is being found, the more valuable it becomes, making diamonds among the most popular minerals mined by humans today.