New Discovery to replace Diamonds
Diamonds are usually formed at temperatures of 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit and at depths of 87 to 118 miles below the Earth’s surface.
Scientists have discovered a new carbon phase that could be used to create these precious gems in a laboratory and at room temperature.
Q-carbon, which is the third solid phase of carbon, can be altered to produce real diamonds.
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