Diamonds. Monday , April 17th , 2017 - 04:00:07 AM
Diamonds are a metastable allotrope of carbon. In them, the carbon atoms are arranged in a face-centered cubic-crystalline structure, known as diamond lattice. There exists a strong covalent bond between these atoms. This makes diamond the hardest as well as the most thermally conductive material in the world. Diamonds are rated 10 (hardest) on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness. The most sought-after diamonds are the colorless ones. They are completely free of impurities, and are made of pure carbon atoms.
In case of cubic zirconia, structural perfections can be made during the manufacturing process. They can be made colorless, to appear quite similar to pure diamonds. Different colored gemstones of this type are also available in the market.
Otherwise, use a solution of water mixed with a small amount of dish washing liquid for this purpose. You may use a kids toothbrush for cleaning diamonds at home.
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