Diamonds. Thursday , July 06th , 2017 - 01:00:18 AM
So far, we have discussed diamonds that can be found on earth. However, carbon, being a highly common element in the universe, diamonds may also be created in extraterrestrial environments. For instance, meteorites may contain diamonds. Meteorites are pieces of metal, rock and other elements that have entered the earth from outer space. When a meteor of considerable size enters the earth's atmosphere, a large amount of heat is generated due to friction. In addition, the impact that is caused when they strike the earth will also create massive amounts of heat and pressure. Once again, when the conditions are just right, the crater that results from the meteor strike may contain small diamonds. In addition, diamonds may already be present on meteors and survive the impact. Of course, meteorite diamonds are even rarer than naturally created mined diamonds.
Loose diamonds are not just your ordinary diamonds. Loose diamonds are those that have not been used and put yet into the jewellery-making process. Therefore, these are diamonds that have not been processed to be diamond cut engagement rings or diamond cut anniversary rings. These loose diamonds are those which one can use if he or she wants customized jewellery pieces. Loose diamonds were first mined in the land of India years ago. Up until today, many prefer loose diamonds especially for diamond engagement rings because jewellers have also now prepared ring fitters to allow one to choose which set of loose diamonds he wants to put into the ring. In using loose diamonds, he chooses for and creates some unique styles of diamond rings that suit the likes of the woman he loves. Or one can also express his feelings by the way he wants the loose diamonds to be put into the ring. With loose diamonds, diamond cut engagement rings and even wedding rings and anniversary rings are never this special and very personal.
The most common form of irradiation diamonds comes from alpha particles found in uranium compounds or from percolating groundwater. Green spots on the surface of the diamonds or a thin green film may develop on the skin of the diamond after long exposure to these particles. Many times this green coloration will be removed during the cutting or faceting process.
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