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What are Lab Grown Diamonds?

Fundamentally, lab-grown diamonds are identical to natural diamonds. They have exactly the same composition, the same molecular structure and all the same physical characteristics. Both visually and chemically, they are indistinguishable. The only differences relate to the way they are created, and in these respects, lab-grown diamonds offer distinct advantages, especially for those who care about ethics and the environment. Until quite recently, diamonds could only occur naturally, as a result of processes that took place deep below the earth’s surface. Heat, pressure and countless year’s produced diamonds of varying purity, clarity and colour, and they were most often discovered as a result of laborious mining operations. By contrast, lab-grown diamonds take between six to ten weeks to produce. They are created through a quality-controlled process that prevents the intrusion of nitrogen and other inclusions. As a result, the process consistently generates diamonds of unparalleled clarity and purity. There is just one difference between Lab-Grown Diamonds and Mined Diamonds that one grows in a laboratory and the other one beneath the earth surface. These diamonds are chemically, physically and optically 100% same as the mined diamonds. Above everything TYPE IIa mined diamonds contribute on 2% of total diamond mined in the world and when it comes to Lab-Grown Diamonds everything is TYPE IIa.

How are they Made?

CVD is a acronym for “chemical vapor deposition” and LPHT is an acronym for “low pressure, high temperature.” According to GIA, “CVD diamond growth takes place inside a vacuum chamber filled with a carbon-containing gas, such as methane. A source of energy—like a microwave beam—breaks down the gas molecules, and the carbon atoms are attracted downward to flat diamond seed plates. Crystallization occurs over a period of several weeks to create a number of crystals at the same time. The exact number depends on the size of the chamber and the number of seed plates. The tabular crystals often have a rough edge of black graphite. They often also display a brown color that can be removed by heat treatment prior to faceting for gem purposes.”

Lab-grown diamonds

“In CVD synthesis, deposition of synthetic diamond occurs from a carbon-rich gas onto a flat diamond seed surface. The synthetic diamond grows in thin layers, and its final thickness depends on the amount of time allowed for growth (left). This results in flat, tabular crystals (center and right) with exteriors coated in black graphite crystals.” GIANo matter how you slice it, lab-grown diamonds are chemically, physically, and optically identical to mined diamonds. They represent a high value proposition, require zero mining, have no sourcing, ethical, or human labor conflicts, and are a technological feat of humankind. I believe we should be proud to live in a day and age where even something as prized and special as a diamond can be reproduced to such a high degree of accuracy.

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