7 Different Types of Lab Grown Diamonds

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Lab Grown Diamonds/Synthetic Diamonds getting good exposure in the jewellery world. Man-made diamonds are of various types; although, they still haven’t been able to replicate all the natural diamonds.

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7 Different Types of Lab Grown Diamonds:

7 Different Types of Lab Grown Diamonds Lab Grown Diamonds /Synthetic Diamonds getting good exposure in the jewellery world. Man-made diamonds are of various types; although, they still haven’t been able to replicate all the natural diamonds.

Simulant diamonds:

Simulant diamonds closest to representing the natural diamonds, but the difference is not visible to naked eye. The simulant diamonds are chemically and physically different from the real diamonds. These diamonds are made from alternate materials and aren’t particularly created from scratch. 2 Simulant diamonds

Diamond Nexus Stimulants:

This diamond produced from carbon and other ingredients. This diamonds have a triple lifetime due to extreme durability. 3 Diamond Nexus Stimulants

Cubic Zirconia Stimulants:

This diamonds are produced from zirconium dioxide. They are the least durable type of the stimulant diamonds, they are low in price. 4 Cubic Zirconia Stimulants

Mossianite Lab created gemstones:

Mossianite diamonds are synthesized from silicon carbide, very strong stimulant and due to that high in price . 5 Mossianite Lab created gemstones

Cultured diamonds:

Cultured diamonds are grown in a lab and created from scratch and built in an environment that represents the environment in the diamond mines. 6 Cultured diamonds

HPHT diamonds:

High pressure high temperature diamonds are made in an environment that is similar to the environment favourable for the production of mined diamonds. There are three main press designs: cubic press, split-sphere press and belt press . 7 HPHT diamonds

CVD diamonds:

Diamonds are grown from a hydrocarbon gas mixture in the chemical vapour deposition method. This method is considered to be as the more suitable choice for the industrial applications, flexibility and the simplicity of the process. This is the reason why it is gaining popularity in the laboratory research. HPHT still remains to be the preferred process for the mass-production of diamonds crystals. The CVD diamond growth enables the growth to happen over various substrates and large areas. It also improves the control over the chemical impurities. 8 CVD diamonds

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