LAB CREATED DIAMOND

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GrownDiamondCorp is a leading name in Lab Created Diamonds also called as lab grown Diamonds. For more information visit:-http://growndiamondcorp.com/

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LAB CREATED DIAMONDS:

LAB CREATED DIAMONDS

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Laboratory Grown Diamonds are chemically, physically and optically exactly the same as mined diamonds. The only difference between Lab Grown Diamonds and mined diamonds is the point of origin.

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Traditionally formed diamonds and diamonds created in the laboratory looks exactly the same, it is very difficult for the people to distinguish between the two.It is extremely difficult to tell the differences between them. Traditionally made diamonds are being created by natural Earth's activities.The heat and pressure of the Earth's surface transforms carbon form into a crystalline structure.Through volcanic activity, this particular crystalline structure which is known to be the diamond, is being sent to the surface area of the Earth embedded in the rocks.

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Lab Created diamonds are diamonds have exactly the same physical and chemical composition to man made diamonds. The only difference between the Lab Made diamonds and artificial diamonds is that, natural diamonds are created naturally by the process of formation,while lab grown diamonds are artificially created in the laboratory. Even expert gemologists cannot definitively distinguish between a man-made diamond from a naturally occurring one without using highly sophisticated and costly machinery. Traditionally formed diamonds and diamonds created in the laboratory looks exactly the same, it is very difficult for the people to distinguish between the two.It is extremely difficult to tell the differences between them.

Agenda:

Agenda Overview Brainstorming objectives Rules Brainstorming activities Summarize Next steps

Overview:

Overview Quick overview of what this meeting is all about: Agenda What to expect

Brainstorming Objectives:

Brainstorming Objectives Describe the objective(s) of the exercise. New product or service ideas? New feature ideas? Feature/product naming? Promotion ideas? New process for doing something? Define top requirements or restrictions .

Rules:

Rules No idea is a bad idea. Be creative. Take risks. No criticism allowed.

Brainstorming Activity:

Brainstorming Activity Generate ideas. Use games and exercises to “warm up” your creative thinking. When ideas slow down, try another exercise to generate fresh ideas. Breaking into smaller groups may be helpful. Use a computer to capture every comment/idea.

Summarize:

Summarize Review ideas. Vote on top candidates and consolidate. Check requirements and restrictions. Trim list to top 5-10 ideas .

Next Steps:

Next Steps Describe what happens next: Research the ideas generated? Follow up with larger group? Generate action items for follow-up: Start turning ideas into reality .

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