The 4C's of Diamonds
Diamond is the hardest naturally forming material on Earth. Diamonds occur when carbon is subjected to intense heat and pressure, often at a depth of 100 miles into the Earth’s crust, and over a period of as long as 3.3 billion years. Their hardness is a watchword: indeed, the word “diamond” stems from the Greek adámas, meaning "unbreakable". The only substance on Earth that can scratch a diamond is another diamond, a property that has made for many industrial applications of the stone.
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