A diamond (a cubic centimeter) is defined by the International Commission on Metrology as a transparent crystal with a face angle of 0.609° and a sharp edge of 1.9°. This means that a diamond has a diamond-shaped surface on the bottom, is surrounded by four cubic millimeters of air, and has a surface area of about 1.2 square meters.
The world of diamonds is filled with some of the finest of the lot. I love what this series of videos does. It’s like the art of a diamond.
Diamonds are the hardest of the four major known elements and are found in all four major forms: Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Thulium. They are also the hardest and hardest substance in the universe and have been created at the same place on Earth.
The diamond is really just a piece of metal, not like a metal plate. It’s hard to believe that the diamond is made of a metal plate as its name suggests. It is made of a solid steel, which is the hardest element in the universe. This applies to all four major forms of diamond. It is made from all the three elements Carbon, Nitrogen, and Oxygen.